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Henri IV Cognac Grande Champagne is the The Cognac Of a Lifetime

By Victor Baker


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Henri IV Cognac Grande Champagne

I guess drinking beer is fine, especially on a warm summer day, although that particular choice also needs some refining. Whiskey’s also acceptable, but cognac is the ultimate drink at the end of the day, if you ask me. And the world’s most expensive bottle of cognac is Henri IV Dudognon Heritage, presented in an exquisite package.

Produced since 1776, the Henri IV Cognac Grande Champagne is aged in special barrels for more than 100 years which, in theory, explains the incredible price-tag of £1 Million or a little over $1.5 million. It’s also worth mentioning that this extraordinary cognac comes in a bottle dipped in 24 K Yellow Gold & Sterling Platinum, decorated with 6,500 certified brilliant cut diamonds.

Weighing in at around 8 kg, the bottle – master crafted by the well known jeweler Jose Davalos – is filled with 100 cl. of Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne (41% alc.). Care to take a sip from Henri IV?

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