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Hardy Quatre Saisons "L'Eté": Carafe Lalique numérotée
A blend of 6 almost century-old Cognacs from Grande Champagne.
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A house of the Second French Empire under Napoléon III based in Cognac.
It was a British from London Anthony Hardy who founded this house in 1863.
In 1869 in Amsterdam this house obtained the diploma of excellence for its Cognac fine Champagne (a blend of Cognac from Grande Champagne 1er cru and Cognac petite Champagne classified legally 2nd cru with a minimum of 50% Cognac Grande Champagne).
In 1891, in Saint Petersburg, the house Hardy received the gold medal of the alliance as a tribute to the Franco-Russian friendship.
Today the House Hardy is directed by a fifth generation.
Description Hardy Quatre Saisons "L'Eté": Carafe Lalique numérotée.
It is a Cognac blend of 6 almost century-old Cognacs coming exclusively from the Premier Cru Classé of the Cognac Region, the Grande Champagne. These cognacs were carefully set aside between 1919 and 1940 by Armand Hardy, the third generation founder of the House.
The Cellar Master of this house has composed the blend of these unique eaux-de-vie by seeking to highlight the sweet, gourmand flavors punctuated by apricot, honey and cinnamon.
The famous French art glassmaker Lalique did the rest by imagining a radiant crystal decanter by fossilizing a fairy vine. The atmosphere is more vibrant and sunny than ever.
Only 400 copies for this piece of crystal silverware.