Welcome to the Cognac Lounge.
Don’t worry about the name — you don’t need a monocle to sip what’s offered here.
Unveiled at Restaurant Guy Savoy inside Caesars Palace, connoisseurs and cubs alike can choose from a rare selection of master-crafted cognac.
Walk into the restaurant and turn left and you’ll find a small room adorned with lounge chairs, an in-wall fireplace and an array of cognac bottles lining shelves hung behind the bar.
While many menu offerings range from $12-$150 and may suit the palate of paupers, an order of the rare and exclusive cognac may require deeper pockets.
Here’s a look at the rarest — and most expensive — cognacs:
“Perfection,” by Hardy: Considered the world’s oldest unblended cognac, the vintage blend comes from French Colombard grapes and has been aged 140 years. Its makers produced 1,200 bottles total. Cost: $600.
“Ellipse,” by Hennessy: As a tribute to the best-selling brand of cognac, Ellipse is a mix of vintage blends from seven generations of makers. Cost: $400.
“Talent,” by Hine: Bottled in 1990 and stored in hand-etched Baccarat crystal, the blend celebrates the bicentennial of the Hine family’s arrival in France. Cost: $700.