Duquai Early Landed
The first Cognac to be produced by this artisan house, the Duquai Early Landed is a truly special choice. First shipped to Liverpool, in the UK, in 1999, it spent 15 years being finely aged before it returned to Jarnac. With only 700 of the 50cl bottles in existence, it is a remarkable Cognac that holds a favourable rarity.
Comprised of a blend of Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc and Colombard grape, exclusively from the Grande Champagne region, the impressive craftsmanship of the Delamain house is beautifully embodied in the Early Landed. Produced from over 300 years of expertise, this Cognac has undergone a timeless tradition of ageing to ensure the highest quality result. Undeniably superiority is held in the beverage.
Presentation of the bottle
Simple, understated and complimentary of its remarkable history this is an established bottle. Optimising a traditional and minimal design, the renowned Delamain branding is boldly stamped to mark its superiority. Gold, black and white then complement this distinction with elegant simplicity.
How to enjoy
To fully experience the uniqueness and rarity of this beverage, the Early Landed is best enjoyed on its own. Add a dash of water to offer the fine Grande Champagne blend space to develop and delight.
About Duquai Cognac
Sverre Braastad, the grandfather of Philip Braastad Tiffon - today's cellar master - left his native Norway to settle in the Charente region of France. Here he created the cognac house of Tiffon Médéric, and began selling his cognacs to the northern European markets.
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