Rémy Martin Rare Cask 42,6
Bottle number 249 of 738. In presentation case. LOUIS XIII RARE CASK 42,6 signalled its distinction with an alcohol degree beyond the expected 40 per cent, 42,6 degrees. But the level of alcohol is merely a signal. What sets a Rare Cask apart is the quite astonishing richness and intensity of its flavours. At the heart of the composition are those prized autumn flavours of nuts and dried fruit the long-aged flavours for which LOUIS XIII is renowned. Which is no surprise, since this cask is by its nature born to the LOUIS XIII tradition. But a Rare Cask is also blessed with flavours that are all its own. Alongside those autumn aromas, LOUIS XIII RARE CASK 42,6 declares its distinction with notes of plum and date, mingling with flavours of gingerbread and prune stone, punctuated by a final touch of tobacco leaf.
Precious black crystal is Rare Cask's presentation signature, expressed in a decanter that tests the skill of crystal masters Baccarat to the very limit of their extraordinary craft. The decanter of LOUIS XIII RARE CASK 42,6 distinguishes itself with refined details: the ring around the neck is enveloped in 22 carat rose gold, engraved on each side with finely worked quadrilobe motifs. And of course, each decanter is engraved with the numeral that sets this Rare Cask apart from all others.
700ml. cognac, 42.6% volume
1 crystal decanter