Rémy Martin Louis XIII cognac cask handcrafted in black crystal


If you know French history, you would know that French Kings always had their quirks, which set them apart from other European monarchs. Most were not only in love with finer living but also with satiating their taste buds. Rémy Cointreau Global Travel Retail has launched its Rémy Martin Louis XIII Rare Cask Cognac, which is being touted as “supremely rare.” Each of these bottles would cost $14,750 and comes with extra strength of 43.8. Baccarat’s French luxury house has created the iconic Louis XIII decanter, which brings the quirks of those famed French monarchs back to the 21st century.

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Baccarat artisans used more than 50 operations for the Louis XIII decanter and handcrafted in rare black crystal. This rare cognac must be savored with every bit of languor that lurks within your cells burdened by modern living. It must be noted that the cognac consists of a blend of 1,200 Eaux-de-vie aged between 40 and 100 years. You could also check out other cognacs like Henri IV cognac and the Napoleon Inspired Decanter for a rare cognac.
Via: [Moodie Report]

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