Hennessy Paradis is a cognac of extraordinary purity and finesse, with exceptional depth and elegance. A delightfully smooth, sophisticated digestif.
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Hennessy Paradis is a limited edition cognac produced from the finest grapes in Bordeaux, the oldest section of the Bordeaux region. The Paradis is only produced from the best grape varieties – so its essentially a rare, hand-made, 100% pure cognac.
It’s a tremendously fine wine, and it’s distilled with passion.
Hennessy Paradis is the result of over 100 years of meticulous craftsmanship, design and a lot of dedication and patience on the part of the company that distills it.
This bottle is housed in a ‘geometric’ bottle that’s very attractive. The bottle has a black cord on it, and is very attractive and classy.
The aroma for Hennessy Paradis is marvelous as you take it out of the bottle. It’s a little bit sweet on the nose, and has the aroma you’d expect from a fine cognac.
Hence it’s very different, somewhat sweet and appealing. It’s very smooth to the palate and has a complex taste and aftertaste. It possesses very very subtle sweetness – which is bold, because the World’s Best Cognac is very, very subtle. This is the ultimate tasting experience for the ultimate palates.
The World’s Best Cognac is extremely complex, very subtle, and has a subtle, extremely refined aroma and flavor – and it packs a punch.
That’s one of the reasons why Hennessy is the most sought after wine in the world – because it’s available in such a limited number of bottles.
I find Hennessy Paradis very, very pleasant. It’s the perfect long drink on a very, very hot day – but, theres a certain delight value to it that you can shake it up with the best fruit spirits. It’s a delightfully smooth, sophisticated digestif. It’s not quite so expensive, but it’s still very, very expensive.
Hennessy Paradis, because it is so rich and so complex, is best appreciated as an after dinner, or after an authentic fine meal, drink.
I find it best paired with other cognacs that you really want to take on. If you have Hennessy Paradis and some beers, you will have a very, very fine (and expensive) combination.
I can see Hennessy Paradis now on a cold winter’s evening – but, that’s not really its role. It is a very special and nice after dinner cognac. It’s best in small dosages.
It’s also a nice drink to enjoy with other wines. Hennessy Paradis is not incompatible with other wines.
This is a virtually un-approachable, rare, limited edition, hand-crafted 100% pure cognac, distilled from the finest grapes from Bordeaux.
Hennessy Paradis is a superb long drink. Its smooth, with a beautifully subtle after taste and mild sweetness.
Initially it’s a little bit sweet, but as you continue drinking it, it becomes a little bit more complex.
It’s really a smooth, light, sweet on the nose, smooth on the palate. It’s very appealing. It’s very pleasant and smooth, with an appealing after taste
Hennessy Paradis has a hint of peach, it’s very light on the palate, but it has a stunning aftertaste.
The flavor has a sweet taste, a slight peach finish – you don’t taste a lot of peach in the Aftertaste itself, but you do in the aftertaste.
Hennessy Paradis has a very smooth finish, the aftertaste is nice.
It’s sweet and smooth, with a very subtle yet pleasant aroma. It has a very subtle aroma that’s not very strong and strong, but it’s definitely an ap-pearance.
It’s very light, very smooth, very light on the tongue, and has a very mild aftertaste. It’s made from very high class grapes:
This cognac is too difficult to describe. The moment you try to describe this cognac is the moment you stop tasting it.
Hennessy Paradis is the ultimate cognac. It’s almost impossible to describe, it’s not easy to understand, it’s not easy to explain
Things become very interesting with Hennessy Paradis. Hennessy Paradis is only produced from the best grapes – so it’s an extremely rare, hand-made, 100% pure cognac.
Hennessy Paradis is a very subtle cognac, and that’s why it’s so special.
It’s subtle like that all the way down to the aftertaste. It has a very subtle, very rich, and very smooth and velvety aroma.
It has a very quiet aroma, and it is very complicated.