ITEM: 95357

UPC: 15418434

Hennessy

hennessy xo cognac *black + gold glam* 750ml

$324.99

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 Engraving Service
$38.00 ENGRAVING SERVICE

Add a personal touch to your gift with up to three lines of engraving. Commemorate a special occasion with a name, date, message, or even a logo! For logos and custom requests email info@melandrose.com before placing your order.  Logos require a compatible file format. Some bottles cannot be engraved. Visit our engraving page for more info. ENGRAVING TYPICALLY ADDS 4-5 DAYS TO ORDER PROCESSING TIME.

 Glam Service
$48.00 GLAM SERVICE

Our in-house “glamming” will make your bottle really stand out with a top-to-bottom coat of sparkling glitter! Your choice of color. Additional charges may apply for larger bottles, custom colors, or color gradients. For special requests email info@melandrose.com before ordering. GLAMMING TYPICALLY ADDS 4-5 DAYS TO ORDER PROCESSING TIME.

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Our Glam Edition bottles are coated in-house by our glitter artist, so we offer any color(s) you'd like. Please indicate your color preference at checkout.

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Created in 1870 by Maurice Hennessy, Hennessy XO was originally reserved for the private use of the Hennessy family and their closest friends. XO stands for “extra old” referring to the eaux-de-vie that have been carefully selected and aged, resulting in a cognac that is powerful, rich and undeniably rare.

Intense and deep amber color with a velvety texture. The first wave, is rich in dried fruit aromas then evolving to a denser note of chocolate and black pepper. Generous scents of crystallized fruit, oak, and spices, fall into place very distinctly A harmony of candied fruit and light spice notes. A smooth, full sensation gives a simultaneously powerful and soft tonality with a hint of cocoa. A warm fruity presence and tremendous length on the palate.

Richard Hennessy founds the House of Hennessy in 1765, in Cognac, France. With his partners, he succeeds in establishing a thriving business exporting brandies, mostly to his native Ireland, and England.

750mL