Rémy Cointreau has launched a miniature edition of its signature luxury Louis XIII cognac that comes with just 50ml of the golden elixir.
The miniature bottle is a (much) smaller replica of the legendary Baccarat crystal decanter, complete with a 24-carat gold-lined neck, and a finishing fleur de lys crystal stopper crown; and the decanter itself comes in a beautiful box modelled after the recently redesigned coffrets of its larger cousins but measuring less than 15cm in both height and length.
Each drop of the opulent cognac takes four generations of cellar masters more than 100 years to craft. Rémy Martin’s current cellar master and master blender Baptiste Loiseau is the fifth in a trusted line of cellar masters going back almost a century.
But what’s most important is the liquid within – it’s still the same sophisticated blend of over 1,200 eau-de-vie delivering notes of flowers, fruits, and spices on both nose and palate.
“The new Louis XIII Miniature is part of our classic Louis XIII collection and is available in limited supply in Singapore. Its revamped packaging and elegant size make it ideal for gifting and we’re confident that it will encourage more people to experience the luxurious taste of a century in a bottle,” says Elisabeth Tona, Marketing Director, Southeast Asia & Pacific, Rémy Cointreau.
The Louis XIII Miniature will be available at a recommended selling price of S$798 (including GST) in Singapore. You can purchase it here.