Here comes the weekend and nothing less but this Hennessy Paradis Cognac. The bottle is located in Norway.
The Reader writes “Bought it in 1990 in Nice, France as a present til my dad on his 60th birthday. However, he never found the occation to open the bottle, and it has been kept in mint condition ever since. According to our own investigations, the bottle can be as old as from 1940. The bottle comes with an invitation to a private visit to the “Chai du Fondateur” by writing in advance to Hennessy, Cognac, France.”
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The label reads: The oldest Hennessy Cognacs bears the name “Paradis”.
Les Cognacs Hennessy les plus vieux portent le nom de “Paradis”
40 GL – 70 Prof
Bottled in France
Hennessy Cognac France
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: no
How has the bottle been stored:
- In a dry place
- In a cellar
- Lying on its side
Some more information about the bottle:
- Everythings seems fine
- Cork seems to be dry
- Cork is protected by a wax seal
The level of the cognac: Into neck: this means the level of cognac is still in the upper bottle neck, normal
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Cognac Hennessy Paradis.
Please make your offers, ask questions or inform us about this bottle – give your opinion. Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting your email address into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.
Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting email addresses into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.
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