A charity auction selling a rare cask to help children suffering from life-threatening heart diseases, raised over £50,000 in Central London yesterday. On Wednesday May 22, 50 guests took part in an auction at Dartmouth House in Mayfair to support the charity ‘Chain of Hope.’
The main subject of the gathering was a Louis XIII Rare Cask 42,6, which is named after its 42.6 % alcohol content. A luxurious beverage, which has a note of gingerbread, ginger and tobacco leaf. There is a limited edition of only 738 decanters available worldwide, they will be commercially available at Harrods and Hedonism Wines from June for RRP £20,000.
Lord Jeffrey Archer held the auction that aimed to made the public aware of the charity Chain of Hope. It provides corrective surgery for children with heart diseases, and the kind of treatment that they would otherwise not have access to, as well as forming volunteer teams to expand to developing countries like Mozambique, Uganda or Ethiopia.
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