L’Or de Jean Martell

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There are few people willing to spend $3,600 on cognac right now but if there are more than 120 of them in the U.S. they may have to fight it out. That’s how many bottles of the new L’Or de Jean Martell will be available in the States. The L’Or de Jean Martell is called the ultimate expression of the House of Martell and is made from aged eau-de-vie from Borderies, the smallest growing region in Cognac. The L’Or de Jean Martell is a blending of several hundred eau-de-vie, some aged over 100 years in the house’s cellars. It has notes of fruited candy, sweet spices and gingerbread. The bottle is made of Cristal de Sevres embellished with gilded garlands.

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