Official launch of Hennessy Fin de Cognac

As was made demonstrably clear by Marc Boissonnet, Hennessy’s Brand Ambassador, Fine de Cognac can be enjoyed on the rocks, with water, tea, as a long drink or simply neat.
As was made demonstrably clear by Marc Boissonnet, Hennessy’s Brand Ambassador, Fine de Cognac can be enjoyed on the rocks, with water, tea, as a long drink or simply neat.

Fin de Cognac, Hennessy’s latest addition to its Cognac collection, was officially launched with a tasting at No 25 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, recently.

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26 April 2013

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As was made demonstrably clear by Marc Boissonnet, Hennessy’s Brand Ambassador, Fine de Cognac can be enjoyed on the rocks, with water, tea, as a long drink or simply neat.

The latest addition to the range was created in 2002 and has been available in the rest of Europe for some time.

While Hennessy VSOP is aged in new barrels, Fin de Cognac is  aged in old barrels, barrels which have kept eaux-de-vie already four to five times. This preserves Fin de Cognac’s fruity flavour without releasing too much oakiness and spiciness, explained Marc.

Founded in Cognac in 1765 by Corkonian Richard Hennessy, the brand’s distinctly Irish heritage has intrinsically linked it to the Irish way of life here. However internationally Hennessy sold around 5.4 million cases in 2011which last year increased to nearly six million cases globally. In anticipation of continuing increased global exports, Hennessy’s bottling capacity has been extended to 10 million cases.

Fin de Cognac is expected to retail at around €41 compared with €52 for VSOP.

As was made demonstrably clear by Marc Boissonnet, Hennessy’s Brand Ambassador, Fine de Cognac can be enjoyed on the rocks, with water, tea, as a long drink or simply neat.

As was made demonstrably clear by Marc Boissonnet, Hennessy’s Brand Ambassador, Fine de Cognac can be enjoyed on the rocks, with water, tea, as a long drink or simply neat.

 

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