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.
Named for Richard Hennessy, the founder of the Cognac house, Irish aristocrat and mercenary, this is the jewel in the crown of the Hennessy range. It's blended from Hennessy's finest eaux-de-vies to create a complex and extraordinary cognac.
A real collector's item - a one of a kind bottling given that Hennessy never retail vintage Cognacs. This was bottled especially for Mr Gollings, the owner of Mill House who won the Hennessy Gold Cup in 1963. Mr Gollings was born in 1905 and the horse shared the same trainer as the Hennessy family horses, Fulke Walwyn.
Hennessy Timeless was created in 1999 to showcase the company’s past and look forward to the future promised by the new Millennium. Sadly only 2000 bottles of this nectar were released - but quality such as this just can't be mass-produced. Blended from 11 of the finest vintages of the 20th century, this is a stunning connoisseur's cognac.