The House of Hennessy pop-up boutique at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 will stay open until the end of March following “extraordinary interest.”
A glimpse into the lavish palace of deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has revealed his taste for prestige cuvée Champagne, luxury Cognac and Jack Daniel’s.
Cognac producer Hennessy has successfully sued Beijing Yan Wei Hong Trading Cooperation for trademark infringement and unfair competition.
A striking crystal “orgue” features alongside Champagne, Barolo and vodka in this week’s round-up of what’s been going on in the drinks trade.
The House of Hennessy at Heathrow’s Terminal Five is the first boutique opened by Hennessy outside the Cognac region, and the first liquor pop-up for World Duty Free.
The International Wine & Spirits Research (IWSR) has released its 2013 Travel Retail Summary Report, which is an overview of duty free trends from 2007 to 2012.
A single vintage approach is helping small Cognac producers to stand out from the might of the “big four”: Courvoisier, Rémy Martin, Martell and Hennessy.
db’s eventful trip to Cognac took in Sinead O’Connor, an umbrella tree, Napoleon’s hat, blindfolding, bobbing boats and pyjama-wearing donkeys.
Throughout history despots have wielded tyrannical power over their people and their land; many have developed tastes for luxuries while their countrymen have starved.
The annual La Part des Anges auction in Cognac has raised a record amount for charity.
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