Hennessy Richard - King of Hennessy House Cognacs
Richard was created in 1996 in honor of the founder of the company of the most noble and ancient spirits of the wine cellar, founded by Richard Hennessy himself on…

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Wine of Chablis: history, taste overview, types
Chablis is a region of northern Burgundy, rich in vineyards and poor in the warm French sun. In such a cool climate Chardonnay grows well, which is used in the…

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How to determine the age of brandy?
Hard standards, including the cognac age control system, are established by the National Interprofessional Cognac Bureau. Consumers can learn about the age (and quality) of cognac by the special designations…

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selected Hennessy alcohols

10 most expensive cognacs in the history of the world

In this ranking, we collected the most expensive Cognacs of the World, which have ever been sold at the price set by the brandy manufacturer. The rating is presented from the cheapest to the most expensive brandy brands. Courvoisier L’Esprit Decanter ($ 4687) The oldest spirits of this venerable blend date back to the times of the French empire of Napoleon I. It is not surprising that the aroma of the drink contains exquisite floral notes combined with hints of dried apricots and cinnamon. Continue reading

Cognac - "health drink"
It has long been proven that cognac is not only a strong alcoholic drink, but also a therapeutic agent for many disorders and ailments. Being the most complicated mixture of…

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Hennessy Richard - King of Hennessy House Cognacs
Richard was created in 1996 in honor of the founder of the company of the most noble and ancient spirits of the wine cellar, founded by Richard Hennessy himself on…

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UKRAINIAN COGNAC - “LYKER OF GODS” OR POISON?
The market of alcoholic products in Ukraine offers the buyer a wide range of products - both domestic drinks and imported alcohol from even the most remote corners of the…

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What makes brandy different from brandy
Such a question can often be found on the Internet. An exhaustive proof of this is a rather common statement saying that any brandy is brandy, but not any brandy…

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