Your Cognac: Martell Cordon Noir Napoleon
A reader found a Martell Cordon Noir Napoleon bottle among various other bottles in a box, in the living room, while cleaning the Mexico City family home for sale. Interestingly, it has a serial number stamped, stating that it was a limited distribution edition. The containing box is a little damaged, but the bottle is sealed.
Martell Cordon Noir is assembled from 15-20 year old cognac from the 4 best Cru’s, created in the 1980′s for the duty-free market. This bottle is the 1st edition, a 2nd edition was launched in the 1990′s which was discontinued in the same decade.
Name of bottle: Martell Cordon Noir Napoleon
Written on labels: Cordon Noir Napoleon Cognac Produced and bottled by Martell & Co Cognac, France 80 proof Cordon Noir Napoleon is a blend of very old Cognacs. They have aged in Martell’s warehouses and have been carefully selected to ensure that the famous Martell tradition, which goes back more than 250 years, is faithfully preserved. Because of the rareness of this blend it is necessary to limit its distribution. Produced and bottled in Cognac, France. Sole distributors for the USA, The Jos Garneau C. NY, NY. This bottle is number 002422
Age: created in the 1980′s for the duty-free market
Value: The bottle might be worth 100-200 Euro for a collector.
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