Remy Martin Limited Edition: XO Cannes 2017

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On the occasion of the 70th Cannes Film Festival, Rémy Martin, Official Supplier of the Festival for the 14th year in a row, has unveiled its exclusive XO limited edition. Black and gold, the giftbox plays with shadows and lights. This edition reveals all the elegance, the glamor and the mystery, dear to the cinematic arts and to the Maison Rémy Martin. Sprinkled with star dust, XO reveals itself as a multi-talented star.

The decanter wraps its new design with a glossy black coating reminiscent of film reels. Starred in a golden case, it sits on its throne, at the top of the stairs, just like the famous Palm award. Specifically designed for Cannes 2017, the giftbox features the bottle design under the spotlight on one side and mirrors a film poster on the other, recording the Cellar Master names, director and producer of this exceptional product.


Opulent / Radiant / Refined

It was in 1981 that Cellar Master André Giraud crafted an XO that would bring out all the complexity and excellence of Cognac Fine Champagne. Produced by up to 400 aged eaux-de-vie, the iconic Rémy Martin XO bares the inimitable signature of the House’s Cellar Master.

One bottle is enough to renew the interpretation of extra-old cognac, advocating the new standards of excellence. Remy Martin XO illuminates the palate with its generosity through an explosion of exquisite and refined notes. The intense harmony of the amber hue suggests a radiant taste, an exceptional softness and a sophisticated beauty. Its aromas of white flowers, accents of plums, figs and candied oranges speak with the notes of cinnamon and freshly grated hazelnuts. The distinguished opulence, the inimitable texture, and the warm authenticity of Rémy Martin XO make it way more than a cognac.

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