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Brugerolle Extra Cognac

Brugerolle Cognac

This exclusive and harmonious blend demonstrates a high quality in cognac. With an average 35 to 40 year aging process, Brugerolle Extra has a complex body that rejuvenates the taste buds.

Cognac age:
Growth area:
Fins Bois
Bottle size:
Age (maximum):
40 years

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Tasting Notes

No tasting review yet, but sources tell us that it has subtle soft hints of vanilla.

With a history dating back to the late 1700s, the small family brand of Brugerolle Cognac has been protected by becoming part of the Compagnie de Guyenne (CDG), created by Cognac Meukow in 1969. Brugerolle Cognac was incorporated into the CDG in 1987, allowing their cognacs to continue to be produced in the traditional manner and sold under the Brugerolle label.

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Brugerolle Extra

Brugerolle Extra

No tasting review yet, but sources tell us that it has subtle soft hints of vanilla.

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