Courvoisier is releasing a series of four high-end, limited edition Cognacs into the UK just in time to tap into the Christmas shopping season.
Asia will remain the “key region for the long-term development of the global alcohol market” over the next five years, despite the slowdown in China.
Cognac Frapin has launched a 25-year old Cognac laid down in 1988 to its portfolio of vintage expressions.
From Eva Green and The Noisettes, to flaming pastries, Piña Coladas and loquacious cockatoos, it’s been a colourful week in the drinks business.
“Are too many Cognac houses simply trying to ape the region’s biggest brands, rather than look to what their own terroir can offer?”, asks one category expert.
French liqueur brand Cointreau has unveiled the latest addition to its stable, Cointreau Noir – a blend of orange liqueur and Cognac.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s love of fine wines, spirits and rich food has apparently made him so fat he has fractured his ankles.
Spink’s sale in Singapore last week saw a decanter of the latest limited edition Louis XIII realise S$20,704.
Sharp declines in shipments to the Far East and Europe have brought an end to Cognac’s three consecutive years of record growth.
Spink’s sale in Singapore next week will see a stellar line-up of rare Louis XIII Cognacs go under the hammer, representing nearly every decade back to the 1960s.
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