Martell XO Extra Old Cognac

by Martell Cognac

The Martell XO is a 70 cl bottle, 40% ABV. Its a special cognac, extra old, coming from the house of Martell, presenting a blend of the rough elements of the Grande Champagne and the smooth effects of the Borderies. You can buy this Martell bottle online at a price of $175.

Age Growth Area (Cru) Bottle ABV
XO Blend 700 ml 40%
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$  175.70 In Stock

(€ 134.50) All Prices inc. VAT and excl. shipping costs

Tasting notes

The color of XO Martell is deep golden. On the nose: Some leather hints, dry fruit. On the palate: Round and fruity - more the feminine XO, then it increases its complex aromas, and spicy notes come through, wood. The Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie adds to the final, an elegant and long finish.

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Reply : On Martell XO Extra Old Cognac by dinky
where can i buy this bottle in New York city
Reply : On Martell XO Extra Old Cognac by Ned
This one better be good as it is my choice of cognac this Christmas. Can hardly wait.
Reply : On Martell XO Extra Old Cognac by Rue
My two friends and I drink the whole bottle of the martrll xo. it was really good coganc. Love the color and the spice, smoothness. We open the hennessy xo and compared both I found that the hennessy xo have a more kicks. I personally like the martell xo better than the hennessy xo, my friends has mix opinion. Maybe the martell was from 2008 and the hennessy xo from 2012. We have a great time in my back yard after the night's over only half of the hennessy xo left. :))


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