- Bottle size
- Gifted to me by my brother
- Text on label
- Product of france HKDNP
- United States
- Yes, a metal seal - in good condition
- With box
- How stored
- In a dry place, Standing upright
- Hennessy Cognac
Hennessy Cognac XO 1.5L
Hennessy Cognac XO 1.5L Bottle, a collector item from one of the world's most iconic cognac houses. Hennessy is a world-renowned cognac house founded in 1765 by Richard Hennessy. Over the past 250 years, Hennessy has established itself as one of the leading cognac producers in the world, known for its exceptional quality and craftsmanship. The XO bottle is an iconic product of the Hennessy brand. XO stands for "extra old," and this bottle is a blend of over 100 different eaux-de-vie (distilled wines), some of which have been aged for over 30 years. The resulting cognac is complex and rich, with flavors of dried fruit, spices, and oak.
This particular bottle was gifted to the owner by his brother, and it features the text "Hennessy Cognac XO Product of France HKDNP" on the label. The bottle is currently located in the United States, and it has a metal seal in good condition. Please note that this bottle does not come with a box or a certificate. The bottle has been stored in a dry place, standing upright, and the cabinet7.com team has estimated its value based on datapoints collected in our database. If you're a collector of fine cognacs, this is a unique opportunity to add a rare and valuable bottle to your collection.
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Max von Olfers
Max von Olfers is the founder of cabinet7, and has 10 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Max has consumed is from 1855.
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