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Remy Martin Louis XIII Rare Cask 42,6 Cognac Auctioned for $58.000

Few weeks ago
Rémy Martin revealed the spectacular Louis XIII Rare Cask 42,6 Cognac, discovered by the gifted Cellar Master, Pierrette Trichet. And, now, the first decanter of this cognac has been sold at auction for whopping $58,000 in U.K. on May 22. The auction’s proceeds went to the non-profit organization “Chain of Hope,” a children’s charity known to provide children from poor countries with vital heart surgery. The first Rémy Martin LOUIS XIII Rare Cask 42,6 decanter was auctioned off for $58,000, with proceed going to the charity Chain of Hope Louis XIII Brand Ambassador Anne-Laure Pressat said after the auction, “We are very pleased that so many important guests joined us to share this special moment with us. Auctioning off the first Rare Cask 42,6 in the UK and being able to support Chain of Hope provides a wonderful start to an exciting journey for us.” Rare Cask 42,6 still can be purchased since there will be 738 decanters worldwide, each hand engraved with an individual number and it will cost an impressive $23,000 per bottle. Also, it will be available by the glass in a couple of highly exclusive locations, such as The Arts Club and 45 Park Lane (Dorchester Collection), and can be purchased at fine wine & spirit boutiques such as Harrods or Hedonism Wines from September 2013. As we mentioned every exquisite Louis XIII Rare Cask is made out of precious black Baccarat crystal – Rare Cask’s signature, created by 20 expert craftsmen, who have to execute the most challenging colour to which the art of crystal can aspire. A rose gold decor dresses the neck of the decanter, crowned by a black crystal stopper. The first Rémy Martin LOUIS XIII Rare Cask 42,6 decanter was auctioned off for $58,000, with proceed going to the charity Chain of Hope   The first Rémy Martin LOUIS XIII Rare Cask 42,6 decanter was auctioned off for $58,000, with proceed going to the charity Chain of Hope

The World’s First 7-Star VIP Jeweled Cabin Debut on top of Mount Faber in Singapore

The World’s First 7-Star VIP Jeweled Cabin The World’s First 7-Star VIP Jeweled Cabin Last year, Mount Faber Leisure Group announced to replace them with the Swarovski-studded, high-tech cable car cabins. On Friday evening, a total of 67 world’s first 7-star VIP jeweled cable cars debuted on top of Mount Faber in Singapore. The jewelled cable car system is LED-illuminated, sparkling metallic black and chrome cabins on a monocable rope way linking Mount Faber of Harborfront Tower and Sentasa Island, Singapore’s world-known tourism resort. Offering magnificent 360-degree views of the Singapore city, harbor, sea and Sentosa island, the Jewel Cable Car cabins offers seating for eight persons. The Swarovski-encrusted cabin features a Crystal Panel glass floor by Swarovski, large comfortable black leather upholstered chairs with arm rests covered with glittering black crystal by Swarovski elements, and roof illumination through a ceiling Crystal Panel by Swarovski. Other highlights include flip-up seats, level walk-in concept for easy access for wheelchairs and baby prams, ambient lights and removable table with cup-holder for an unforgettable sky dining experience.