Richard Hennessy Cognac – Tasting notes

The Richard Hennessy Cognac is a priceless collection made up of more than 100 of the most exceptional eau de vie, some aged for nearly 200 years in the Hennessy Founder’s Cellar. Each eau de vie that makes up Richard Hennesy Cognac is selected for its unique qualities and the age of the spirits date back to as far as the early 19th century.

If not for the purpose of commerce, the Richard Hennessy Cognac should not have came with a price tag.  The precious cognac in the bottle are spirits that aged through the time of our great, great, great, great, great grandfathers and finally coming to reveal itself after its great slumber.

The Richard Hennessy Cognac is supposingly priceless but by sheer grace of fate, it came with a price tag.  Though expensive for most, but what joy can be more than beholding this priceless artifact for a fee way below its actual value?

Review notes:

VISUAL: Rich & vibrant mahogany

NOSE: Tea leaves, red pepper, dried fruit, old oak, vanilla, herbal floral, spices, red roses

PALATE: Complex, rich and balanced with sweetness, raisins, vanilla, dried flowers & honey. Sensational Rancio.

FINISH: Semisweet of cherry, extremely long aftertaste

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