Hennessy X.O 1960
Hennessy X.O 1960 Fine Cognac is a rare and exquisite blend of eaux-de-vie, carefully balanced in oak barrels to create a spirit of exceptional finesse and elegance. The result is a cognac that is deeply satisfying to drink neat and delightful in cocktails.
Original bottle of Hennessy X.O 1960 released in limited quantities in 1988, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Charles Hennessy’s birth. Exquisitely packaged, this was the world’s first prestige cognac containing a vintage date, or declassified as “super-premium”.
Hennessy X.O 1960 is a cognac with a rich and intense aroma, marked by dried fruits and roasted aromas. It has an intense color, due to the long aging period in oak barrels of this cognac. It has smooth, sweet taste and nice warm finish with notes of cinnamon and spices.
Hennessy X.O 1960 is the rarest and most prestigious of all Hennesy Cognacs, with a production figure of just 2000 bottles in 2010. A blend of eaux-de-vie from Banyuls and Muscat de Frontignan barrels for over 30 years, it has a complex perfume of vanilla, chocolate and spices with ripe fruits which gradually becomes more intense. It has a long finish with notes of toffee, dried raisins and oak.
This is made in France, and offers a perfect balance of fine taste and full body.
Hennessy X.O 1960 is a rare and elegant cognac, which is also very popular among lovers of fine spirits worldwide. This drink is characterized by its original full body, smooth and delicate aroma with citrus notes (especially lemon and orange) and woody notes. A sincere offer to all connoisseurs, who appreciate fine things in life.
As a true connoisseur knows, no other spirit in the world can compare to Hennessy XO. The most luxurious cognac of all time and one of the most sought-after products. As it’s aged for more than 60 years, this beloved blend is perfectly balanced and sweet with hints of vanilla, apricot and wood.
The X.O is smooth and complex; its nose is rich with fruit flavours of figs, red berries and black cherries, created through a combination of aging in oak barrels and the addition of grape spirit.
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