Growth area & soil: Borderies
Park Mizunara 3 Miniatures Set
The Cognac Park Borderies Mizunara range introduces a unique alliance between a Single Cru Borderies Cognac and the Mizunara Japanese oak.
All three of these Cognacs are 100% from Borderies, the most exclusive of the six terroirs in the Cognac region. The eaux-de-vie produced here is unique in its characteristics, it is floral, round and sweet, with subtle hints of violets. The eaux-de-vie goes through the process of double distillation using traditional copper pot stills which makes it possible to obtain complex, finely elaborated spirits.
All three of the Cognacs in the collection are first aged in French Limousin oak barrels for a varied amount of time depending on the quality, spending time in both new and old casks. Finally, at the end of the aging period the Cognacs are rested for several months in new Japanese oak barrels of the Mizunara varietal. The finishing in Japanese oak casks brings unctuosity, depth and confers complex, spicy notes. It is a marriage that gives birth to an exclusive product.
Presentation of the bottles:
The minimalistic design of the bottles represents their Japanese element. They are both stylish and contemporary.
How to enjoy:
The Mizunara Cognacs can be served neat in a tulip glass at 18° so as to release all their aromatic finesse and roundness. Or taste on the rocks and add an ice cube to bring out all the freshness of the product.
After sipping your Park Borderies Mizunara, leave a little in the bottom of your tasting glass. Return to the glass a few minutes later and inhale the perfume of Park Borderies Mizunara once again. You should discover a host of new aromas, further expanding your appreciation of this distinctive cognac.
Singapore International Competition Gold 2018
Shogun Japan Spirits Competition Silver 2018
USA Spirits Ratings Competition Bronze 2018
About Park Cognac
Cognac Park is a brand produced by the large eaux-de-vie group Tessendier & Fils, a wholesaler who has a traceable history dating back to the 19th century. Presented in elegant ‘cognacaise’ bottles, the range encompasses all of the growing regions of the area, and produce blends both young and old. A relatively recent brand, the popularity of Cognac Park is beginning to grow, as more consumers in various countries become aware of its existence.
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