This was first shown off at Vinexpo in Bordeaux in June 2013, where CEO of Cognac Frapin, Jean-Pierre Cointreau, revealed that the blend is a delight of premier cru Grand Champagne eaux-de-vie that are aged for a minimum of 60 years.
The decanter Frapin Plume is presented in is a delicate sculpture that represents the symbol of the cognac house; the quill. The bottle is a design of soft curves, topped with two rose gold feathers.
If you fancy a bottle of Frapin Plume Cognac then you’ll need to be quick, as only 500 bottles are being produced, and 20 per cent of these have already been reserved in Europe and Asia. The good news is that the cognac is being distributed on a global basis, so wherever you live in the world you’ll be able to purchase it.
The cost per bottle is $4,235 UD dollars or £2,695 UK pounds (or the approximate equivalent in local currency)
Read more about Frapin Cognac.