Product Launch - GLOBAL: Beam Inc's L'Essence de Courvoisier Year of the Horse
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Beam Inc's L'Essence de Courvoisier Year of the Horse
Category - Spirits, Cognac
Available - From this week
Location - In selected US and international markets
Price - SRP of US$3,500 per bottle
Beam Inc has launched a Courvoisier Cognac expression that celebrates the new Chinese lunar New Year.
Year of the Horse is part of Beam's “ultra-premium” L'Essence de Courvoisier range, which was launched in 2009. Each bottle, which is part of a limited run, is packaged in a wooden trunk and sold in an individually numbered series.
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