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Hennessy in Cognac, France produces luxury brandies and Cognacs. Richard Hennessy, an Irishman, founded the company in 1765. Today, Hennessy is owned by Moet Hennessy, which also includes Louis Vuitton.
Distributed worldwide, annual production for Hennessy, the world’s largest Cognac producer, is around 50 million bottles a year. This amounts to about 40 percent of the world’s supply.
Long known as an "old man’s drink," Hennessy is among the Cognac producers intent on bringing in a more youthful demographic. A few of its products attempt to do just that, including Hennessy Black sold in a sleek black bottle and Pure White, a hard-to-find lighter Cognac.
In 2015, to commemorate the producer’s 250th birthday, Hennessy released a limited 250 barrels of the Hennessy 250 Collector Blend
A bottle of rare Hennessy Cognac Particulière in a Baccarat crystal carafe sold for nearly $23,000 at auction in 2014
To honor President Barack Obama’s inauguration, a special limited-edition Hennessy 44 bottle was released