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COGNAC D’USSE GETS A SPECIAL TRAY BY BLOOM DESIGN IN MIAMI

Made of a steel and anchored by the Cross of Lorraine – France’s fabled emblem of courage, honor and perseverance – the D’USSÉ™ bottle and serving tray was designed and created to be utilized in upscale establishments where the bold, yet remarkably smooth Cognac will be enjoyed.

D’USSÉ™ was created by 20-year veteran Cellar Master Michel Casavecchia, and naturally aged at least four and a half years in the cellars of France’s Chateau de Cognac, one of the oldest cognac houses in the country. With a 200-year legacy in blending some of the world’s finest spirits, Chateau de Cognac, holds D’USSÉ™ VSOP as one of its most distinguished accomplishments.

“After years as the curator at the Chateau de Cognac, I was given the opportunity to put my blending skills to the test,” said Casavecchia. “I developed my own vision of a distinctively bold, yet remarkably smooth Cognac. With an appreciation for the heavy responsibility that goes along with every decision in the Cognac making process, I was honored to set forth an important legacy with D’USSÉ.”

Cognac D'Usse Tray

Cognac D’Usse Tray

Cognac D'Usse Tray

Cognac D’Usse Tray

Cognac D'Usse Tray

Cognac D’Usse Tray

Source Story and Photos: originally posted by http://www.bloommiami.com on March 15, 2013

3 comments on “COGNAC D’USSE GETS A SPECIAL TRAY BY BLOOM DESIGN IN MIAMI

  1. doran sims
    February 27, 2015

    Where can I purchase the stand and is it for sale

    • Doniel f Kidd
      June 21, 2016

      This is my Cognac,I don’t want anything but D’usse, Must get the XO

  2. Doniel f Kidd
    June 21, 2016

    I love D’usse it’s the best cognac I have ever had, yes I’ve
    drink some good cognac, but this is the ONE

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