In the history of LOUIS XIII cognac, the discovery of a Rare Cask has happened only once before. The stars have aligned once again as Rémy Martin reveals Louis XIII Rare Cask 42,6, one unique and exceptional tierçon discovered by Cellar Master Pierrette Trichet. Perhaps the most exclusive product released by any cognac house, the Louis XIII Rare Cask 42,6 is a confluence of nature and hundreds of years of brandy making expertise. The spirit is a masterful blend of more than a thousand different eaux-de-vie at least 100 years old, from the most renowned Cognac terroir- Grande Champagne. As you might expect, such a rare spirit is housed in pure luxury. Every decanter is made out of precious black Baccarat crystal, dressed with rose gold around the neck and crowned by a black crystal stopper. A fabulously detailed forged-metal ‘strongbox’ is sealed by a plaque that matches the rose gold neck. As the halves of the coffret part, the interior is illuminated and the luster of black crystal and rose gold casts a brilliant sparkle. Only 738 such decanters will ever be available for sale. A spirit fit for Royalty.