This light and fruity brandy is a collaboration of Grammy-winning artist Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges and the esteemed 122 year-old cognac house Birkedal Hartmann.
Yes, you read that right — a rapper played a key role in the development of Conjure Cognac. Ah, but this is no mere marketing gimmick. Indeed, now that we've seen what sort of noble spirit Ludacris can produce, we're thinking it's high time we listen to his music. Conjure sings in cocktails such as a Brandy Alexander, though it honestly doesn't fare quite so well on its own...but hey, what do you want for thirty-some dollars, Louis XIII?