A complex Cognac undefinable is terms of age and dimension.
Hennessy is a giant in the world of Cognac. Jas Hennessy & Co. produces more than fifty million bottles of Cognac each year — more than 40% of the entire market. Interestingly, this most famous French company located in Cognac, France, was founded by an Irishman Richard Hennessy in 1765. The modern company produces nearly two dozen core spirits and many more collectors editions and limited releases as a subsidiary of Moët Hennessy, which in turn is owned in partnership by Diageo and LVMH.
Hennessy Paradis Cognac gets its name from the Garden of Eden — Paradise. This special blend was first conceived in 1979, and it can be hard to define. That’s because it is a combination of one hundred different Eau d’Vies and Cognacs. Some of the older Cognacs were distilled back in the 1880s. With their incredible buying power and relationships with all of the greatest producers in the region, it’s hard to image any other company being able to assemble anything like it.