Radiating luxury and tradition, the Louis XIII de Remy Martin is named after King Louis XIII, the French monarch reigning when the Remy Martin family first settled in the Cognac region. In his honor, this cognac was aged in oak barrels for 100 years. The final blend combines up to 1,200 individual eaux-de-vie, fruit brandies made from fermentation and double distillation, all from the Grande Champagne region of Cognac. The first ultra-premium Cognac, pioneering a new category of spirit that no other distiller even tried to replicate for decades, the Louis XIII de Remy Martin is simply its own French art form.
Delicate fragrance of melon and peaches, honeysuckle and sweet. Highly floral and exudes a hint of flowery honey and marzipan nuttiness.
Tastes like sweet flower and twigs in cinnamon, almonds, orange, peach, and woody spice.
Sweet oak spice, lingering floral notes, and delicate grape.