Mandarine Napoleon, 125 year old cognac used in limited edition
To celebrate 125 years of Mandarine Napoleon, the brand has crafted an extraordinary version of its liqueur: The Limited Edition Mandarine Napoléon XO Gold. The special edition is a distillate of Sicilian mandarins blended with a 125-year-old Grande Fine Champagne Cognac. Every bottle of the mandarin-infused liqueur in its robe d’or contains a harmonious touch of cognac from 1892: the year Mandarine Napoléon was first available to the public – covered by hand with 24-carat gold, combining craftsmanship, heritage and exquisite quality in and on a glorious bottle.
This results in a delightfully fresh and soft mandarin flavor with a delicious balanced cognac finish. It was not an easy task finding a suitable cognac well over a century old. However, a Grande Fine Champagne Cognac from 1892 was ultimately found, which truly adds color and harmony to the Mandarine Napoleon Gold. As icing on the cake, a goldsmith from a small hamlet in the south of the Netherlands has then manually covered the bottle with 24-carat gold – so the bottle shimmers and shines from within the tailor-made walnut wood box.
Many people enjoy Mandarine Napoléon XO Gold as a royal twist in the Napoléon Margarita, but since the Limited Edition Mandarine Napoléon XO Gold is made with the exclusive Grande Fine Champagne Cognac, it is probably best savored neat or on the rocks to experience the delicate subtleties and unique finish.
A symbolic price of €1892.00 has been set for this extraordinary liqueur and since this is a limited edition, there is a maximum of only 125 bottles available.
You can find more information on the Facebook page of Mandarine Napoleon.