Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac
Baccarat Crystal

70cl / 40%
Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac / Baccarat Crystal
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£2,800 £2,333.33 ex VAT (£4,000 per litre)
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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.



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Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes by Billy A

    • Nose:

      Very floral, with honeysuckle, and sweet, with delicately perfumed fruit – melon and peaches. There is also a hint of flowery honey and a marzipan nuttiness.

    • Palate:

      Cinnamon, almonds, peach, orange and orange blossom, and woody spice. The succinct note in my notebook simply says 'like eating twigs and sweet flowers'.

    • Finish:

      Delicate grape, sweet oak spice, melon and lingering floral notes.

34 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    30 April


  • 5
    15 June 2018

    Tried this 36 years ago. The “Roy Cohen” gave it to a friend for a Christmas gift. The friend and I opened it to celebrate the birth of my son. Very unfortunately, we had ZERO appreciation of what it was. We had half the bottle and admired the decanter. Smh

  • 5
    3 March 2018

    Absolutely a must in life if you ever get offered it take it gracefully as you will never ever taste anything like this in your life

  • 5
    13 August 2017

    This is the best drink I have ever tasted. So smooth it's like room temperature water but the feel is sooooooo real.

  • 5
    13 July 2017

    Have understood it is one of the finest Cognac's ever produced ... my dad gave me a bottle back in 2000, and just found out it was bottled in 1984 ... so 33 years old, plus the typical 40-100 year blend of grapes ... holding out for a special evening, and know I won't be disappointed.

  • 5
    24 April 2015

    I had a glass yesterday for $345. It was the best $345 I have ever spent. If you are a enthusiast of brandy /cognac. This is a life changing experience. I will buy a bottle and drink it on all special occasions!

  • 5
    31 December 2014

    The best brandy I''ve ever had!! Now what is the glass worth by itself?

  • Scott 1 January 2014

    So a very good friend had a bottle of this given to him for his 50th Birthday (about 1 year ago) and had about 2 measures left in the bottle and decided to finish it off last night. Now, I am not exactly a cognac drinker, I prefer my wines and champagnes, but I can now officially say that I have been converted. This is the most amazing liquid I have ever tasted, except perhaps for the odd bottle of Dom P from a few years ago. Might have to treat to myself on my birthday :)

  • Monica tucker 2 February 2012

    I have been given a bottle for my 50th birthday, thanks to my good friend. xx

  • Anonymous 20 January 2012

    Drink it, don't save it

  • kevin 4 May 2011

    I have 2 bottles one imported from NY and NJ.NY bottle has baccarat crest then Crystal in the middle on the bottom with E.Remy Martin

  • Ronnie 3 February 2011

    I have a bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII and would like to know what the decanter is made of. Is it lead crystal?

  • mary 29 January 2011

    my grandmother has a bottle that looks very simalar but is really old. not sure the year it was but we have the serial number for it and all it's original seals. it is the bacarat crystal bottle and says "rarest reserve" on the bottle. who do i contact to see how much it may be worth?

  • Anonymous 25 October 2010

    On the bottle, 2 clear stickers one on each side. One says: Produce of France. Is it suppose to be Product of France? Another sticker says: Distributor: Hongkong and China. Also, do you think the crystal decaters vary since they are hand sculpted? there is a matching serial number on the bottom of the bottle, the stopper and on the booklet. The serial number on the booklet is handwritten and the serial numer on the bottle and the stopper is etched or engraved?

  • TWE Admin 22 March 2010

    For all valuation enquiries, please email photos of your bottle to my colleague Sukhinder on sss[at] Please be aware that he may not respond immediately as he receives dozens of similar emails every day.

  • EB, , Scotland 22 March 2010

    Tasted this nectar of the gods in the 1980s and again at the Millenium. Purchased a bottle which has remained unopened and which I would like to sell - albeit reluctantly!! Where is the best place to do this?

  • H.K. 21 February 2010

    so would having the world's finest cognac for my twenty first birthday be the best way to ring in twenty one years of life?

  • Anonymous 17 January 2010

    A lovely drop.

  • Geordie 7 October 2009

    G'day,How do i know what year my Louis XIII was made?? I have one that looks to be from the 70's, with the red box an octogan, not the square in your picture above. I'm keen to move it, but have no idea what it's worth.

  • TWE Admin 1 June 2009

    Can anyone who wants a valuation of their bottle please email photos to my colleague Sukhinder on: sss(at) The comments section is for comments only! Valuation requests will be deleted without being published in future.

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