A 2011 repackaging for Hennessy's Fine de Cognac, a youthful blend pitched somewhere between VS and VSOP. This is a stylish cognac equally at home in a quality cocktail or as a digestif. Excellent value for money.
A litre bottle of Hennessy's VS Collector's Edition. The rather bright label was designed by New York-based artist Brian Donnelly (aka KAWS). The Cognac itself is a blend of around 40 different 'eaux de vie' aged for 2-5 years and is one of the world's best selling cognacs.
Hennessy's Pure White Cognac is a light, fresh and fruity young cognac designed for easy drinking on the rocks and in cocktails. We're delighted to have been able to obtain some, it's rarely seen outside the Caribbean.
The original 'extra-old' cognac, first bottled in 1870 by Maurice Hennessy for family and friends. Darker and much more complex than the VSOP, with appealing leather and tobacco notes and a touch of spice - a great cigar cognac.
Please note this is limited to 3 bottles per customer
A blend of around a hundred full bodied eaux-de-vie relaunched in 2009 by Yann Fillioux as a tribute to James Hennessy. Privé is a poised and harmonious cognac that is delicious as a sipping drink, or even as a match for sweet interprandial snacks.
An impressive 2011 release from Hennessy, the Paradis Imperial is a blend of rare 19th and 20th century cognacs inspired by the cognac that the company created in 1818 for Tsar Alexander I as a present from his mother. It's packaged in an elegant crystal decanter designed by Stephanie Balini and features an 18-carat gold plated label.
The top end in the permanent Hennessy range, this is named after former mercenary Richard Hennessy, an Irish aristo who founded his Cognac house in 1765 on land granted by a grateful Louis XV of France.