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Special Cuvée Cognac
Special Cuvées are cognacs that are not labelled with the standard classifications of VS, VSOP and XO. Included in this section are Napoleon and Extra cognacs (aged, like XOs, a minimum of six years before bottling) alongside a great variety of other proprietary bottlings.
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73cl / 40%
A 1970s bottling of Hennessy's Bras Armé cognac - named for their company crest, the 'armed arm'.
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£199.00
(£165.83 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
A 1960s bottling of Edmond Dupuy & Co's cognac.
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£199.00
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74cl / 42%
A bottling of Marnier-Lapostolle cognac from the Chateau de Bourg that we think was released some time in the 1950s.
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£199.00
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70cl / 40.7%
A multi-vintage blended cognac from Frapin, the fifth in this much lauded series. This time it combines eaux-de-vie from 1982, 1986 and 1989 for a rich and decadent Grande Champagne cognac.
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£199.00
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73cl / 40%
A bottle of Hennessy Bras Armé, so called for the logo - the 'armed arm'. Replaced by the VS designation in the 1980s, we estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.
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£199.00
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35cl / 40%
An old half bottle of J Comorville & Co Liqueur Brandy (though actually Cognac). With a driven cork closure, we estimate this bottle dates from the 1940s.
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£199.00
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70cl / 40%
A rare old bottle of Duboigalant Très Rare Cognac. A brand with history dating to 1859, the bottlings are now produced under the name of Maxime Trijol.
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£199.00
(£165.83 ex. VAT)
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£199.00
(£165.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
Grande Champagne Cognac
A very old Grande Champagne cognac from the cellars of Pierre Ferrand, selected for richness, finesse and the 'magnificence of its bouquet'.
£215.00
(£179.17 ex. VAT)
70cl / 42%
A rich and leathery entry in A E Dor's Vieilles Reserve range. "An ardent, masculine nose. A powerful attach in the mouth, which can be surprising", say their tasting notes.
£218.00
(£181.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
On of the Hine's top cognacs, Triomphe combines over 50 old eaux-de-vie to produce this complex spirit with an average age of betwee 40 and 50 years.
£247.00
(£205.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
An old bottle of Courvoisier Fine Champagne Cognac presented in a Royal Limoges porcelain decanter. This was a limited edition of 6000 decanters.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 41.3%
The second of Frapin's multi-vintage releases is based on some cognac even older than the first and shodu be equally excellent. A little known producer here in the UK, but hugely respected in France.

Please note that the box is slightly scratched.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 41.5%
The third of Frapin's not-as-revolutionary-a-concept-as-they'd-like-you-to-think 'Multi Millesime' (multi-vintage) special cuvee bottlings and, while we might quibble about the concept, there's no arguing with the quality - these are spectacular cognacs. A triumph.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
A bottle of Hennessy Bras Armé, so called for the logo - the 'armed arm'. Replaced by the VS designation in the 1980s, we estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
72cl / 42%
A 1970s bottling of Premier Cru VXO Grande Fine Champagne from Logis de la Mothe.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
68cl / 40%
A 1970s bottling of Delamain's Vesper cognac, made using grapes solely from the Grande Champagne region.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
68cl / 40%
An old bottling of Hine's Old Vintage Cognac, produced using eaux-de-vie from the Grandes Champagnes region. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1960s.

Please note this bottle has a torn and stained label as shown in the photograph.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 42%
A bottle of Extra Vieux Cognac from Raymond Ragnaud – a house founded in the mid-1800s. All the grapes used for the blend were grown in the Grande Champagne area.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 43.3%
A 45 year old cognac from Grosperrin, produced using grapes from the Fins Bois regions of Cognac, known for its floral and fruity eaux-de-vie.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
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