- Bottle size
- Hélios Hélios was launched in December 2010 at Dubay Duty Free. This is the first limited edition from the VSOP Collection. The name Hélios comes from greek mythology and is the name of the ancient god of the sun.
- Text on label
- VSOP HENNESSY PRIVILÈGE COGNAC TRAVEL RETAIL 1.00L 40%Vol.
- Yes, a paper seal - in good condition
- With box
- How stored
- In a dry place, Standing upright
- Hennessy Cognac
Hennessy VSOP Helios is a top-notch cognac that can usually only be found in travel retail locations. This "Very Special Old Pale" has been aged for at least four years, giving it a rich and complex flavor profile that is sure to delight the senses.
As you take a sip, you'll be greeted with a perfect balance of strength and smoothness. The bouquet is full of fruity and floral aromas that dance on the nose. On the tongue, flavors of vanilla, apricot, and toasted bread meld together in harmony before leading to a long and elegant finish.
The bottle itself is a work of art, inspired by the Greek god of the sun, Helios. The label features a depiction of the sun, symbolizing the warmth and radiance of the cognac within. It comes packaged in a luxurious wooden box, making it the perfect gift or souvenir for any cognac lover.
Hennessy VSOP Helios is a top-notch cognac. It offers a perfect balance of strength and smoothness, a rich and complex flavor profile, and a striking design. It's a perfect way to take a piece of Hennessy with you on your travels and enjoy a taste of luxury.
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Max von Olfers
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