Sample old, rare and iconic Cognacs in this once-in-a-lifetime masterclass, only at the Cognac Show.
- Bloomsbury House, 2-3 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2RL
Louis XIII bottled in the 1950s, Hennessy No.1, Cordon Bleu bottled in the 1940s, Erte No.5 and Hine Antique bottled in the 1960s... sample all in one masterclass.
Learn from Cognac collector and Whisky Exchange founder Sukhinder Singh while sampling old, rare and iconic Cognacs. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime masterclass highlighting the Cognacs that made the house, separating these now big names from the rest.
You'll get to experience:
Louis XIII bottled in the 1950s
The icon of the Remy Martin brand, this bottle bears the original name “Age Inconnu” meaning age unknown. This Cognac became known worldwide as Louis XIII from the mid 1950s.
Originally only given to VIPs visiting the house of Hennessy, this extremely rare Cognac is considered by many connoisseurs to be one of the best Cognacs ever to be bottled. The assemblage includes Cognacs dating back to the 1700s.
Cordon Bleu bottled in the 1940s
Since its creation in 1912, Cordon Bleu is the Cognac made Martell famous all over the world. Its quality is unparalleled - rich and nutty, with a heart of Borderies.
Some of the most precious Grande Champagne Cognacs from Courvoisier were selected for this extraordinary blend. This Erte Series is a collection of 8 bottles, each release containing a unique blend of very old Grande Champagne Cognac - the oldest being from 1892.
Hine Antique bottled in the 1960s
A wonderfully old example of Hine’s highly acclaimed Cognac known as “Antique,” which still today is the flagship of this historic brand.
*Please note: you must have a valid ticket to the appropriate session of Cognac Show to attend this masterclass.