Louis XIII Now Sells Miniature Bottles At A Fraction Of The Price
Anyone who consumes fine brandy knows that it comes at a pretty steep price. A few thousand dollars will get you a regular sized bottle of Louis XIII Cognac, but for the regular blue-collar worker the slightest bit of indulgence means depleting your monthly rent.
To address this issue parent company Remy Cointreau is now offering miniature bottles of it’s 1200-eaux-de-vie blend for a mere $600. Unlike it’s predecessor, the now 50ml vessel is not being marketed as a limited run according to Forbes. And just because it’s pint-sized doesn’t mean lower quality either.
The mini Louis XIII comes packaged in the same box as the original, only the coffret and gold-adorned Baccarat decanter is small enough to fit in your palm. You can purchase yours here.