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.
A lovely old bottle of rare cognac bottled in the early 1900s, from the legendary house of Sazerac de Forge & Fils. The original cork and wax seal was replaced by us, as the the cork had shrunk and was liable to fall into the bottle.
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.
One of the oldest cognacs available anywhere, this is from the historic Sazerac de Forge et Fils house, which produced the cognac used in the creation of the first Sazerac cocktail in New Orleans in the middle of the 19th century.
An incredible set of spirits from Glenfarclas and Hine. Each was distilled in 1953, the year of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation, and aged for 58 and 60 years respectively. The set was released in 2013 and has been nicknamed 'The Auld Alliance'.
Rémy Martin have released their most prestigious cuvée, Louis XIII, in a magnificent three litre Jeroboam decanter handcrafted by legendary crystal-makers Baccarat. Blended from 1200 of the finest reserves of Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie, some of which have been aged up to 100 years in ancient tierçons, Louis XIII is the pinnacle of the cellar-master’s art, and is presented in an unmistakable decanter that has become a timeless design classic.
A very, very special cuvee from one of the finest Cognac-producing houses. Croizet Cuvée Léonie is made up with the oldest, most precious eaux-de-vie in the company's paradis - this producer's ultimate cuvée is one of the world's most exclusive Cognacs.