Cognac Hardy Privilège
  • Cognac Hardy Privilège

Cognac Hardy Privilège


The first collaboration with the Lalique glassworks, limited to 333 units. Grande Champagne from an exceptional blend of 1906, 1908 and 1914 eaux-de-vie. The only Cognac to be authenticated before the First World War. 


ABV: 40%

PRODUCTION: Selection of Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie from Colombard vines. Caryota carafe designed by Marie Claude Lalique in the late 1960s, bearing Bénédicte Hardy’s signature.

AGING: Selection of 1906, 1908 and 1914 eaux-de-vie among the rarest in our Paradis (cellar holding our oldest eaux-de-vie). Bottled in 1983 by Jacques Hardy.

IDEAL SERVE: Neat or over ice.

NOSE: Nutmeg, candied fruit and leather

PALATE: Cigar box, cedar, orange peel

FINISH: Exceptional length and complexity