Limited edition cognacs are always expensive but a new level may have been reached with the Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac. The new release is limited to 786 bottles, the number of decanters that can be taken from one tiercon, the type of oak barrel used by Rémy Martin to age Louis XIII. The spirit is created from 1,200 eaux de vie aged 40 100 years. The Louis XIII Black Pearl decanter is made of crystal that has a silvery gleam like polished hematite and the decanter is finished with platinum fleur de lis designs.
Not Just a Pretty Picture In 2010, Merwin Liquors was lucky enough to aquire a bottle of Remy Black Pearl for a client. It marked the most exclusive and expensive spirits item ever sold in the state of Minnesota. If you are interested in this product, please know that availability is EXTREMELY limited- there MAY be one or two bottles remaining in the country. However, if it is possible, we are the people that can make it happen. Please contact Louis Dachis, the proprietor of Merwins if you are interested in acquiring one of these coveted treasures.
yer not bad stuff might get a couple bottles for pre drinks on sat night
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