US: Moët Hennessy rolls out Paradis Imperial to US
The expression is being launched in the US
Moët Hennessy is launching its luxury Cognac expression Paradis Imperial in the US.
The 40% blend, first introduced in 2011 in the UK, will go on “nationwide” sale in the US at an average price of US$2,700, the company said today (6 August). Bottles of Paradis Imperial come in a numbered “luxury” gift box.
"Paradis Imperial is a Cognac unlike any other. It is meant for the knowledgeable consumer who is looking for an elegant blend to entice their palate," said Rodney Williams, Hennessy's senior VP.
Last month, Moët Hennessy, the wine and spirits division of Paris-headquartered luxury goods group LVMH, reported a 9% rise in first-half operating profits.
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