Live Bid! Hennessy Paradis
Take home this bottle of cognac Hennessy Paradis!
Created in 1979, Hennessy Paradis is so named for the Hennessy Founder’s Cellar, where only the finest, rarest and oldest eaux-de-vie are kept. It is a cognac of remarkable depth and elegance.
This cognac is made from 100 eaux-de-vie that have been aged for up to 130 years. Expert selection and blending ensure it epitomises harmony, finesse and maturity. It is presented in a stunning decanter by Italian designer Ferruccio Laviani.
BLEND AND ORIGIN
The eaux-de-vie used to create Hennessy Paradis are elegant and supple, with a delicate floral thread. A long maturation period integrates the character of the oak casks in which the eaux-de-vie are housed, and a precise blending of around 100 specially selected eaux-de-vie ensures a voluptuous, sublime cognac with incomparable finesse and spectacular intensity.
HOW TO ENJOY
- The perfect serve - Taste neat, in a tulip-shaped tasting glass
- Service temperature - Room temperature
- When to drink - Ready to drink
- Storage advice - Store upright in a cool, dark, dry place
- Closure - Cap With Cork
- Alcohol by volume - 40.0%
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