If you’re looking for something luxurious for Father’s Day, and the dad in question is a lover of fine Cognac, here’s an option:
The Father’s Day Limited Edition engraved bottle from Rémy Martin.
It’s Rémy Martin’s exquisite X.O.* Cognac in a lovely decanter, with a pre-engraved plaque that says:
Happy Father’s Day
The 750ml bottle is $ 516 at RemyMartin.com.
There’s also a 375ml bottle.
It’s pricey, sure, but it’s memorable: an exceptional, complex, mellow Cognac.
And if the giftee is generous, you’ll get to share.
> The history of Cognac.
*X.O. Cognac, meaning Extra Old, is a blend in which the youngest Cognac in the blend is aged for at least 10 years but the blend typically averages 20 years. It’s one of the aging designations given to Cognacs, established by The Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac. The BNIC is the governing body that monitors the production of Cognac. Nearly all Cognac houses produce an X.O. Cognac. Cognac master blenders generally select their finest eaux-de-vie from the best crus for longer aging into X.O.m, Extra, Reserve, and other superior-aged Cognacs. Here are the different classifications of Cognac.