Here comes a Courvoisier VS Cognac, somehow attractive, somehow quirky decorated as a cute little cannon. This bearcat of a cognac is located in Cape May, New Jersey, USA.
So let’s see what our reader tells us about his bottle: “My father in Law got the bottle as a present from his brother who bought it from a liquor supplier. Probably in 1970. I obtained it when my father in law passed away in the late 1990’s.”
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The label reads: Sticker on neck of bottle = By Appointment, Purveyors of Cognac Brandy to the Late King George VI-Courvoisier LTD
1/2GAL “THE BRANDY OF NAPOPLEN” COGNAC
Product of France
The Brand 80% Proof
On left side of label = Mederille D’or (2 circles) Paris 1889
On right side of label Mederille D’Or (2 circles) Alger 1889
Produced and Bottled by Courvoisier Jarnac, France
Imported by W.A. Taylor Company NY NY sole distributor for the USA
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Hine Napoleon Extra Vieille Fine Cognac.
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