Louis XIII Cognac has a new experiential boutique housed within The Whisky Distillery at One Raffles Place. The luxury retail experience marks the first permanent shop-in-shop for the prestigious cognac in Southeast Asia.
The opening of luxury retail outlet not only expands Louis XIII Cognac’s visibility to discerning customers but also expands horizons in the realm of fine and exquisite spirits. The opening of the permanent shop-in-shop by the French luxury house is slated to take guests on a journey of sensations and emotions.
The shop-in-shop will offer an extraordinary escape to preview upcoming exclusive limited editions and discover intimate tasting rituals. A journey of surprises for each guest, the elegant space comes to life through scenes from the historic vineyards and exclusive Louis XIII experiences that welcome them into the cognac family.
Here, guests will find the widest range of Louis XIII products available in the domestic market in Southeast Asia. This includes large and rare bottles such as Louis XIII Le Jeroboam, a 3L crystal decanter four times the size of Louis XIII Cognac Classic decanter.
There is also the Louis XIII Le Mathusalem, a monumental 6L crystal decanter – a rare and exquisite collector’s item. Only 50 editions of this spirit are produced per year. Each decanter represents the life achievement of generations of Cellar Masters.
An Explorative Journey
As an added limited-availability incentive for avid Louis XIII fans, anyone who purchases a decanter of The Magnum (1.5L) throughout the month of May will enjoy an exclusive complimentary pairing experience at Tippling Club for two guests.
Curated by chef-owner Ryan Clift, guests will be treated to a ritual tasting of Louis XIII Cognac alongside a decadent pairing menu in one of Singapore’s top restaurants. With fine ingredients such as N25 caviar, lobster and foie gras, the menu is crafted to elevate the tasting experience.
The opening of this new experiential boutique within The Whisky Distillery allows customers to explore the heritage and craftsmanship of one of the world’s finest Cognacs. Since its origins in 1874, each generation of cellar masters selects the oldest and most precious eaux-de-vie from the cellars for Louis XIII.
Additionally, Louis XIII boasts a long history in the region. Records show decanters of the coveted cognac shipping to Singapore as early as 1881. Now the brand begins a new era of exploration in the island republic, one that offers guests a greater insight into the world of Louis XIII.
(Images: Rémy Cointreau)