The bright moon shines during the Chinese Valentine’s Day, the night is soft and beautiful, and even footsteps are quiet. Symbolic lovers Cowherd and the Weaver Girl meet on this romantic day - also known as the Evening of Sevens - to drink together under the moon. Is there someone special that you miss at this very moment? To commemorate the power of one’s love, Hennessy has created the Special Editions for the Mid-Autumn Festival. With every sip of this “eaux-de-vie” (Water of Life), you can enjoy every moment with your loved ones. No matter how time passes, the moon - and your love - remains as bright as ever.
Use the Hennessy V.S.O.P to make unique cocktails for your beloved this Chinese Valentine's Day and indulge in a romantic and creative world for two. Hennessy V.S.O.P contains a heavenly blend of oak, cinnamon, licorice and honey flavors, all of which enhance Hennessy's unique midsummer cocktail, the "Hennessy Sunset Lime" (with freshly squeezed orange and lime juice as the main notes) and "Hennessy Sunset Tea Ceremony" （giving off fragrant of sweet brown rice tea, orange peel and mint). On the night of a romantic reunion, drink the glass of cognac with that special someone that you miss every day, and may your bond be forever true, rich in love and full of happiness.
In 1870, Maurice Hennessy created Hennessy X.O for his circle of friends. Since then, it has become the cognac to share with friends and family, as its outstanding quality has been maintained for 150 years, recognised as a symbol of luxury, power and passion. Hennessy X.O is bold and complex, blended with the spicy aroma of oak and leather.
Each Special Edition gift box of Hennessy X.O and V.S.O.P contains a 700mL bottle and an additional 50mL mini bottle. Celebrate this Chinese Valentine’s Day with a glass of cocktail inspired by Hennessy’s cognac and share your love and affection with your beloved.
Hennessy X.O and V.S.O.P Mid-Autumn Festival Special Editions will be sold in major wine cellars from today onwards.
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