Limited Edition Hennessy Paradis and Gold Decanter Drops With NFT Art

Hennessy, the world-famous cognac producer, is releasing a limited edition bottle NFT collection that comes with fantastic utility. The Hennessy Paradis Golden Edition is a rare and exclusive blend of 100 of Hennessy’s most prized Eaux-de-vie. Available via, a leading DTC NFT marketplace for luxury wines and spirits, this is a unique opportunity to own a super rare Hennessey product.

Hennessy is launching a new collection of fine Cognac using NFTs.

Beginning on September 23rd, you can pick up one of these fantastic Hennessy 70cl NFT bottles of limited edition fine cognac for $2,500. With only 500 available, these are very rare and won’t be on sale for long! Each NFT comes with a special edition bottle, available in 70cl, and later in the year, there will be a 150cl magnum release.

Hennessy NFT comes with an exceptional limited edition bottle!

The first NFT drop in the Hennessy Paradis Golden Edition is a 70cl bottle of this magnificent cognac. These rare collector golden decanters contain a wonderful gold-tinged cognac. Paradis is a glorious cognac created by Master Blender Maurice Fillioux in 1979 as a tribute to symphonic music.

What’s more, the exclusive animated Hennessy NFT attached to it is called the ‘Golden Hour Artwork’ by Veneda Carter. Notably, she is a celeb stylist and jewelry designer known for working with gold, making her the perfect partner for the Golden Edition of this luxury NFT collection.

“We are delighted Hennessy has chosen to partner with BlockBar yet again to release Hennessy Paradis Golden Edition exclusively,” comments Dov Falic, CEO and co-founder of BlockBar. “BlockBar is at the forefront of phygital gifting this holiday season. We’re excited to offer our community this unique offering combining an exclusive artwork by Veneda Carter with personalized gift messages and an investable asset-backed NFT of Hennessy Paradis Golden Edition.” 

The perfect gift for cognac lovers

The Golden Edition of Hennessy Paradias NFT bottles is a work of art. For cognac enthusiasts and collectors, it is a must-have. Because there are only 500 of these 70cl bottles, they are also ultra-exclusive.

The second drop of 100 Magnum bottles (150cl), will cost $6,000 each. These bottles will go on sale in December. Significantly, when they launch, holders of the 70cl NFT bottles will get early access to the magnum bottles.

Finally, thanks to BlockBar’s technology, redeeming your NFT for the physical product is simple. Furthermore, the bottles are available for delivery anywhere in the world!

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