Armenian Brandy Hundred Dollar

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Armenian Brandy Hundred Dollar

A pleasantly smooth and sweet Armenian brandy. The bottle is shaped as a stack of hundred dollar bills. The legendary history of the Armenian brandy manufacturing started in 1887 when the merchant Nerses Tairyan founded the first Wine and Brandy Factory in Yerevan. In 1894 Tairov’s factory for the first time released the “cousin” of French cognac, brandy, which since its establishment had gained self-sufficiency and soon obtained international recognition.
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