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Hennessy VSOP Privilège Collection Number 4
A daring delight at first glance, Hennessy's VSOP Privilège Collection Number 4 is an exceptional Cognac from the start to the final detail. A Limited Edition of 2013, this enticing Cognac has tamed the elements to embody the original concept of Cognac. With a personality as bold as its bottle, it boasts a captivating memorability that every Cognac lover will cherish.
Paying tribute to the red shade of Cognac, the fourth Privilege Collection is essential for all Hennessy collectors. Showcasing a refreshed bottle swathed in elegant red, its bold design pays tribute to the VSOP's unique depths. Its pleasing personality delights as it continually reveals new facets with every sip. Undoubtedly a selection that shouldn’t be missed.
Presentation of the bottle
This Cognac comes in a spectacular shiny red bottle, with an intense glossy finish for that added nuanced look. A tribute to the intensity that lies within it, this special showcase is as memorable as the renowned Cognac that lies within it. Finished in a red box, with an epic display of light it captures attention through every element. A true masterpiece to own and appreciate.
How to enjoy
Savor the softness of this VSOP by enjoying it neat, or on the rocks. Also lends well to your favorite cocktail, offering a unique taste sensation.
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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