In Rare Form
This is the rarest cognac in the world
In times of celebration, you drink.
The bigger the accomplishment, the better the boisson, as the French say.
So, for truly extraordinary moments, take a celebratory sip of the rarest cognac in the world: the $22K Louis XIII Rare Cask, available now for pre-order.
Nurtured by the House of Remy Martin, the Rare Cask was discovered by RM’s cellarmaster during a routine tasting inspection (Ed.’s note: Yes, best job ever) of the 100-year-old eaux de vie aging in Remy’s French stockrooms.
Only twice in 140 years has a cask been put aside for use.
And this one, of course, is exceptional. Notes of plum, dates, gingerbread. A subtle smokiness. Intensive aromas. A warm aftertaste. Perfectly balanced.
Each Rare Cask comes in one of 738 numbered black crystal decanters crafted by the Baccarat crystal house and adorned with 22-carat rose gold and quatrefoil engravings – all very Game of Thrones-like.
The $22,000 casks will be available to very select retailers and upscale hotels later this month, but to pre-order, call the Rare Cask Concierge at (212) 424-2202.
Time to celebrate.