Nose: Fragrances of lemon and citrus. Palate: The dominance of the Fins Bois cru is definitely part of the tasting experience. Enjoy notes dry almond, hints of spices, and honey tones. Eye: A golden, honey-ish hue.
Eye: Gold amber. Palate: Long and elegant. An explosion of subtle flavors such as light tobacco, coffee and cocoa and some light spices. Then, releases a rich and harmonious finale. An amazing flexibility to the palate. Nose: A floral symphony.
Eye: Beautiful old gold robe Nose: Gentle but deliciously complex on the nose Palate: Remarkably balanced and smooth, evolving during the taste sensation. Mature aromas of dried fruit, vanilla, oak, and rancio. The finish is long, and ultimately satisfying, Anyone who enjoys a full body...
Tasting review: Eye: Dark gold with copper hues Nose: Abundant fruit: Lemon, pear and prune. Palate: Exotic delights: Vanilla pods,caramelized grapes, sweet myrrh, cedar, and fine-grained oak. Long, smooth , satisfying finish.
Fine Champagne with the intensity of the dried fruit and it's complex spiciness can be explored with a sample of walnuts, dried apricots and prunes. Richness of dried fruits on the palate, length in mouth is about 10 minutes.
There is no tasting review of Cognac Bisquit VS Classique yet, but the producer states the following: Beautifully balanced, Bisquit VS Classique offers a core of fresh fruits aromas (pear and plum)and floral aromas over deeper notes of rich spice (cinnamon, oak wood and vanilla).
Eye: A deep, reddish orange. Nose: Some spicy hints with the harmony of vanilla; characteristic for its growth area origin. Palate: A smooth VSOP which unfolds as something quite floral and fruity in the mouth. It is long and mellow.
Hennessy VSOP review: Strong bouquet of fruits, some hints of honey and more fruits on the nose. The palate and the finish is dominated by woody hints - that's the cask.
Tasting review: An extremely well structured Cognac with tones of wood, spices, vanilla, fruit, and cinnamon
Nose: Round and balanced notes, oak hints, plum and almond. A rich rancio comes in, some leather aromas due to its length of ageing. The Borderies spirits in this blend lead to a floral fragrance. Eye: Its amber coloring indicates a great cCgnac.
NOSE: Intense vanilla notes, both fresh and melting, combined with the fruity aromas of warm apple pie. TASTE: Seductive vanilla and fruit flavors with a round, long, and pastry-like finish. BODY: Well-rounded and smooth.
Tasting review by Roullet Cognac: Color: Deep golden with amber shades Nose: Complex bouquet with aromas of citrus, peach, sandalwood, and llight leather notes. Palate: Round, well balanced with silk tannins
Review on Chateau Montifaud L50 Héritage Louis Vallet cognac: Nuts, cigar and spices. Very round and mellow, good rancio.
No review or tasting notes on Hennessy Classivm. Hennessy describes the cognac "as a blend of good quaility eaux-de-vie, with contrasts that are balanced. Rich on the nose, fresh in the mouth."
Otards VSOP combines a strong nose with floar notes, and green fruit with a rougher, earthy tobacco note in the mouth. Slight hint of spices and vanilla, a great product with a solid finish. Clearly some tobacco hints.
With a golden color, this XO presents an elegance, continuing with the nose: Complex, spicy and floral. In the mouth: Rather smooth and fine. Patrice Piveteau, Cellar Master of Frapin states: "This is a rich, complex and evolving cognac in which everyone will find their own aromatic references."...
Tasting notes by Marancheville Cognac STYLE: Power and freshness. ON THE NOSE: Pleasant nose – Pastries and dried linden notes on the first nose. Then it develops beautiful fruit and honeysuckle aromas over time. ON THE PALATE: Full and powerful. FINISH: It has a very good...