Hennessy Extra Private Reserve Cognac
Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Hennessy Réserve Privée or Private Reserve
A reference to the first label Hennessy introduced to the market in 1865, the Hennessy Extra Private Reserve is an exceptional revival embodying a rich sense of history. Originally formulated in 1865 to celebrate the 100th birthday of Hennessy Cognac, this rare blend is the new, limited-edition tribute to a timeless classic.
An assembly of eleven eaux-de-vie from the highly renowned Grande Champagne region, it has exceptional exclusivity and grace. Left to mature for an average of 60 years, with a small portion of 1865 blend as the oldest component, it is ripe in history and expertise. First created for the Hennessy family to enjoy, its an extremely special offering made to be treasured.
Presentation of the bottle
A remarkable bottle offering exceptional credit to both the outstanding history and superior blend that lies within it. With a design that honours celebration tremendously, its colourful display embodies the essence of the Hennessy House with memorable tenacity. Housed in a copper display box, with the exquisite design working in sublime synergy throughout the packaging, its sheer brilliance is instantly evident.
How to enjoy
To fully savour the unique and wondrous blend of a beautifully aged Cognac, enjoy on its own. Sip slowly to endure the exceptional finish fully.
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About Hennessy Cognac
You may think, that with Hennessy’s ability to innovate and push boundaries, they are a thoroughly ‘modern’ Cognac brand. This is a large part of their immense success and influence. The very French brand based in the Charente region, in fact, dates all the way back to 1765 - to Ireland - but have managed to shapeshift enough times to remain more relevant than ever before - with current Master Blender Renaud Fillioux. Their range of uber-trendy products is ever expanding, and their marketing campaigns all the more captivating. There is no doubt that ‘Henny’ culture is alive and kicking: both Cognac and a fifth of Hennessy are mentioned in what seems like hundreds of songs.
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