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Contact Information:
P.O. BOX 9550
4801 LN Breda
The Netherlands

Telephone: +31 76 541 6227
E-mail: info@oldliquors.com

Contact Information:
P.O. BOX 9550
4801 LN Breda
The Netherlands

Telephone: +31 76 541 6227
E-mail: info@oldliquors.com

Survivor of World War I and II

Vieux Cognac Grande Champagne Fine Clos de Griffier ‘Café Anglais’ (1788)

When followers of Rousseau founded the Société des Amis des Noirs in France with the aim of abolishing slavery (February 19th) and New York became the capital of the United States of America (September 13th), the Vieux Cognac Grande Champagne Fine Clos de Griffier was created. Some bottles of this fine Cognac were kept for over 200 years in the dark cellars of the famous French restaurant Café Anglais and survived World War I and II. During World War II the owner Claude Terrail saved the wine cellar from being purged by the Germans by walling up the enormous cellar that contained a majority of its prized rare vintages. Fetching over four times its estimated worth, this Cognac is identical to the Cognac that was accidentally smashed at the Playboy Club in London in July 2012. In December 2012, Old Liquors Ltd. snapped up all six lots of the exclusive Clos de Griffier at a Christie’s auction and added them to her famous collection.

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Napoleon’s triumph in Austerlitz

Grande Fine Champagne Cognac ‘La Tour d’Argent’ (1805)

The Battle of Austerlitz took place on December 2nd in 1805. Napoleon defeated the Austrian and Russian armies at Austerlitz. In this year the Grande Fine Champagne Cognac ‘La Tour d’Argent’ was created. Old Liquors Ltd. bought two jeroboams of this beautiful and rare Cognac at a Christie’s auction and added them to her famous collection.

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One out of three

A.E. DOR Soleil D’Austerlitz (1805)

Not only the Battle of Austerlitz took place in 1805, but also the crowning of Napoleon in Milan as king of Italy. In this year also the A.E. DOR Soleil D’Austerlitz was created. It’s an extremely rare bottle since only three were made. In 1980 the owner of A.E. DOR kept one bottle for himself and presented the other two to the French President Francois Mitterrand.

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Distilled from the best growths

Courvoisier 1884

When the Colchester earthquake (UK’s most destructive) took place and the cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty was laid on Bedloe’s Island, the Courvoisier 1884 was created. This fine Cognac is distilled from the best growths in the Cognac district and was shipped under the French Government guarantee ‘L ‘Acquit Jaune D’Or’ which certifies its origin and purity.

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A graciousness from 1842

Croizet (1842)

In 1842 a huge fire destroyed almost the whole old city centre of Hamburg in Germany (May 5th) and the Treaty of Nanking was signed to mark the end of the First Opium War between the United Kingdom and China (August 29 th). In that same year the Croizet 1842 was created.

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