H by Hine VSOP Cognac (750mL)

About This Item

• A high-quality VSOP designed to stun and delight in cocktails and punches
• Harmonious blend of 20 cognacs, all aged a minimum of 4 years, from grapes
grown in cognac’s premier regions, Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne
• Created by HINE’s celebrated Cellar Master, Eric Forget, in collaboration with the
French Bartenders Association
• Spring-like and refreshing, this cognac includes an intense nose of flowers,
jasmine and mild spices with lively notes of fresh ripe apricot and yellow fruits
• 40% ABV
★★★ RECOMMENDED | F. Paul Pacult, The Spirit Journal
• Internationally acclaimed for its blends, vintage and extra old cognacs, the
250-year-old cognac house takes pride in its unequalled collection of exceptional
cognacs dating back to the 1800s.
• The fine and delicate style is garnered by the careful growing of grapes in cognac’s
most desired areas and the use of wood to enhance, not mask, the eaux-de-vie’s
• HINE’s artisan philosophy has led to innovations including a VSOP for mixing; single
estate, single vintage cognacs; and vintages aged outside of France.
• Awarded the Royal Warrant in 1962, HINE continues to be the official cognac
supplier to HRH Queen Elizabeth II of England.
In the 18th century, an English merchant sent his son Thomas Hine to France to
learn the art of making cognac. There Thomas fell in love with the daughter of a

famous cognac négociant. Following their marriage, Thomas joined his father-in-
law’s company and expanded what was to become the traditional business of HINE:

making bespoke cognacs. In 1817, the company became Thomas Hine & Co. and now,
more than 250 years later, the extraordinary story of the Hine family and HINE cognac
continues. Known for its a sophisticated range of fine & delicate cognacs, HINE was
appointed the official cognac supplier to HRH Queen Elizabeth II of England in 1962.
The Royal Warrant is granted for five years and every five years HINE has been honored
to have the Warrant renewed.

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