Hennessy X.O Replica 1970

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Hennessy introduced their XO quality in 1870. In those days XO contained a Cognac which was 70 years old. Later, in the 1940's, Hennessy guaranteed their XO to be 'at least 45 years old'. In 1947 the tulip shaped decanter replaced the regular Claret bottle and, with some minor changes, this bottle is still in use today. This however is a replica of the Claret bottle as it was launched in 1870, released in extremely limited numbers in 1970, 100 years after its initial introduction.  

Content 70cl - volume 40%

€ 999.95 999.95 EUR € 999.95 VAT Included

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    Hennessy was founded in 1765 by Irishman Richard Hennessy, Captain in the French Army. It took Hennessy just a few years to dominate the market and actually they have never lost their leading position since. Hennessy was the first producer which came with a Extra Old (XO) and they also invented the star-ranking system. In 1971 Hennessy merched with Moët et Chandon forming Moët-Hennessy. After their 1987 merger with Louis Vuton the newly formed company LVMH became one of the largest conglomerates in luxury products. One year later, in 1988, Bernard Arnault purchased a share of LVMH and eventually became the new owner of Hennessy, still world's largest producer of Cognac.
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