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An extraordinary piece of history here. 1914 is known as the 'Ladies Vintage', as the outbreak of war meant that women did much of the distilling that year. Subsequently brought over to the UK on March 3rd 1950, this Hine Cognac was allowed to age for nearly 5 more years before it was bottled in February 1955 by Mitchells & Butlers wine merchants of Birmingham.
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