REMY MARTIN LOUIS XIII COGNAC 750ML


Cost $2,599.99

IN-STORE PURCHASE ONLY, CANNOT SHIP THIS ITEM!

The cognac is manufactured using grapes from the Grande Champagne terroir of Cognac. It is blended from eaux-de-vie, some more than a century in age, then it is aged in "tiercons," barrels that are several hundred years old, in its own cellar.

A 750 ml bottle of Louis XIII may be priced as high as $2,000(US). The handblown crystal decanter (by Baccarat) alone sells for approximately $100. A 50ml ‘Petit Louis’ bottle can be had for $400. The limited edition 'Spectaculaire' comes in a decanter embedded with a diamond, ranging from 4 to 4,75 carat (800 to 950 mg). The company recommends dealers to sell the limited edition for around $43,800. Louis XIII Black pearl is a limited edition cognac, packaged in 786 individually numbered Baccarat dark crystal carafes. The edition completely sold out within two months. Decanters were sold at Tokyo for 1 million yen ($9,494US).

Remy Martin promotes the drink as a product for the upper class. The name of the cognac also frequently pops up in popular culture, a lot of notable hip hop artists make reference to the luxury product.

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