This expression turns 100 this year and is Hine's Cognac for the classic house-style lover. With notes of cocoa, pecan pie, and tobacco leaf, this is rich, decadent and sure to please the palate. A wonderfully spicy finish wraps this luxuriant liquid in nutmeg and clove.
When he moved from England to Jarnac, France at the age of 16 to study, Thomas Hine probably didn't envision falling in love and marrying the daughter of a famous Cognac negociant. Alas, he did, and his hard work, business savvy, and dedication paid off and he earned control of the family business when his father-in-law passed away. Since 1763 this house has been producing some of the finest Cognacs in the region and in 1817 after bequeathal Hine gave his name to the company. Now its 6th generation steward, Bernard Hine continues the family legacy of hard work and dedication to quality, producing the finest Cognacs available.