In this section are the crème de la crème of our Cognacs - rare discontinued bottlings, ancient vintages from long-forgotten producers and priceless special cuvées from the world's most famous houses: in other words, this section of our site contains some of the finest spirits ever made.
Part of a set of limited edition Courvoisier bottlings designed by the leading Art Deco artist Erte, who sadly died shortly after the first edition was released. Some of the eaux-de-vie used date back to 1892, the year of the artist's birth.
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.
A super-luxury Courvoisier, L'Essence is blended from over 100 ancient eaux-de-vies from Grande Champagne and Borderies and is presented in a Baccarat teardrop decanter suspended in a frame complete with a finely crafted crystal stopper, inspired by the signet rings given by Napoleon Bonaparte to commanders in his army in recognition of noble acts.
A beautiful Baccarat crystal decanter sealed in 24-carat gold and filled with Martell eaux-de-vie aged an average of sixty years - this is becoming increasingly valuable to collectors as the supply dwindles.
A legendary cognac from the prestigious house of Remy Martin, containing Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie aged between 40 and 100 years and packaged in a gorgeous Baccarat decanter. This is one of the older presentations used for this product.
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.
Part of a set of limited edition Courvoisier bottlings designed by the leading Art Deco artist Erte, who sadly died shortly after the first edition was released. Some of the eaux-de-vie used date back to 1892, the year of the artist's birth. These bottles are highly sought-after by collectors
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 lovely decanter containing Frapin's Plume Cognac. A blend of around 20 eaux-de-vie from Ugni Blanc grapes grown in Grande Champagne. This is a 100% Premier Cru Cognac which has been aged for over 60 years in old barrels and is elegant and perfectly balanced.