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Cheers! Rémy Martin has just unveiled it’s exquisite masterpiece, Louis XIII Le Jeroboam, a luxuriously handcrafted 3 liter decanter which tastefully houses what is self-proclaimed as the world’s most unprecedented Grande Champagne Cognac. This exclusive spirit speaks pure perfection through its refined and supreme taste. A collection of epicurean aromas results in sweet harmony of flowers, fruits and spices that satisfy the palate. Jasmine unite with passion fruit, in a united romance with ginger and nutmeg. Roses and violets entertain fig and prune that perform a sensual melody with sandalwood and honey.

Although the Louis XIII was previously available in a 700ml and a 1.5 liter magnum by Baccarat Cristallerie, the new, larger than life Jeroboam version is finely handcrafted by expert crystal craftsmen at Cristallerie de Sèvres. This must have collectors item is only released in limited qualities each year, which holds a high stature of exclusivity.

Within the fine crystal decanter, rests a first-class spirit which was drawn out with a pipette that samples the pleasurable contents with the lightest and most delicate touch. The superlative and majestic decanter exudes a quality of distinction, beautifully presented in a sleek wooden box included with 4 crystal snifter designed by the magnificent Christophe Pillet. The neck of the decanter is well dressed in 24-carat gold fit for royalty. Only a few privileged Cognac aficionados will be basking in the ambiance of legendary history.

Available at extremely select locations all across the worldpriced at €16,000 ($22,900)

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