Bottle of cognac that comes with it’s own speaker in the box

Remy Martin Speaker BoxHip hop and cognac have walked hand-in-hand since before Busta Rhymes repeated asked us to pass the Courvoisier. Today it’s Rémy Martin who’s taking the lead. They’ve launched the Rémy Martin Speaker Box to draw attention to their Producers Series.

You’ve surely seen liquor bottles that come in tins or boxes. Well now picture a box that also has a speaker in the box. Get it? Rémy Martin Speaker Box. The limited edition packaging is reminiscent of their previous “Sneaker Box” version seen below. We’ll admit; it’s clever, and we want one. Sure we have plenty of speakers lying around the house already, but there’s always room for booze-branded beats.

$54, Remy Martin

Crafted in collaboration with Live Nation, it is the first ever product created specifically in support of the Producers Series music program, which is now in its 5th year. This year, Rémy Martin has partnered with two of the biggest names in music, Big Sean and Mustard, to find the next super producer.

After unboxing Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal®, a premium amplification device is revealed serving as a base to the 1738 ® bottle. While sipping Rémy Martin cognac, you slide in your phone and play curated beats from RemyProducers.com. The beats featured will highlight top selects from Season 5 of the Producers Series – The Co-Sign.

The Rémy Martin 1738 ® Limited Edition Speaker Box (SRP: $54) will be available this June via select retailers. Rémy Martin 1738 ® is best enjoyed neat or on the rocks.

Rémy Martin Speaker Box tasting notes from the brand

NOSE: Generous notes of plum and fig marmalade rounded out by intense oaky notes of toffee and toasted bread.
TASTE: The mellowness of butterscotch and baked spices with hints of dark chocolate.
BODY: Exceptionally round with a creamy aftertaste and a concentration of nutty aromas imparted by a careful blend of eaux-de-vie aged in toasted French oak casks.

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