The house of Hardy created a new old Cognac with crystal maker Lalique. Le Printemps is a rare and unique cognac in a unique carafe. This Cognac is the first of four carafes in a series of Hardy Eté, Automne, Hiver which stands for Hardy Summer, Fall, Winter.
The feminine silhouette of the carafe and its sculpted, almond green-tinted stopper enclose a blend of small batches of Grande Champagne, carefully set aside by Armand Hardy at the end of the Second World War.
The crystal decanter is crowned spectacularly with a sculpted almond green-tinted stopper. It’s evocative of the creations of René Lalique’s eloquent work in the early 20th century: the design imagined by Lalique for Hardy has all the beauty of the finest perfume bottles.
This is a Cognac that charms the senses with its mild floral hints and youthful glow.
The previous special editions by Hardy were made with crystal houses Daum and Baccarat. The collaboration with Lalique began in late 2012.