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Conjure VS Cognac
Ludacris Conjure VS Cognac is a contemporary cooperation between US American Musician Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges and the well-established Cognac house Birkedal Hartmann. Ludacris was involved in developing the blend and its brand. Officially this Cognac is a VS but older eaux-de-vie ranging up to 45 years have also been used for the blend. Produced from Ugni Blanc grapes grown all around the Cognac region, this expression has been matured in fifty-year-old Limousin oak barrels, creating a rich and complex nose with a powerful palate.
- San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2017 - Gold Medal
Presentation of the Bottle
The contemporary look of the packaging perfectly represents its modern outlook. The bottle itself features a straight profile with the name presented vertically on the front. You’ll note that the glass is decorated with a fine pattern; look closer for a surprise hidden in the shapes.
How to Enjoy Conjure VS Cognac
You can drink it alone, but this expressive blend was designed to stand out in mixed drinks. Try it in a hot toddy, tall with tonic or soda, or simply the way Ludacris drinks his - with a splash of cola.
About Conjure Cognac
Conjure Cognac is the brain child of two extremely ambitious and talented entrepreneurs. One is a world renowned hip hop star, the other a fourth generation cognac producer. They share the love for cognac and together embarked on an adventure that resulted in a cool, modern and remarkably successful product" CONJURE Cognac. Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, record selling US hip-hoper and actor, and Kim Birkedal Hartmann, owner of the cognac house Birkedal Hartmann, blended this smooth and mixable cognac with master blender Philippe B. Tiffon and launched it in 2009. A huge success on the US market as well as in Norway, CONJURE sees increasing sales, slowly conquering markets across Europe. This collaboration has immensely helped for cognac to be accepted by a younger generation as a drink that is not associated with older gentlemen, dark libraries and cigars, but with pop music, clubs and parties.
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