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.
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.
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.
A 1959 Hennessy vintage cognac, in a standard cognac bottle. This was landed into the UK in 1963 and bottled in 1982. Cognacs aged in the UK rather than in France are of a lighter and more floral style, due to the damper climate over this side of the channel.