Le Maine Castay La Part des Hommes Cognac Cognac

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Le Maine Castay Cognac

Le Maine Castay La Part des Hommes Cognac is certainly one for the connoisseur.  A Fins Bois delight created by this artisan house at the request of cognac lovers and cigar smokers, this is a cognac that's been allowed to reach its full extent of 57% and bottled directly from the barrel.

This makes it a pretty unique example - and one that is very versatile.  Not only is it ideal to pair with your favorite cigar, but with today's penchant for using highly over-proof cognacs as a cocktail ingredient, this is a great option.  It's certainly not a cognac commonly found in every drinks cabinet - owning it not only provides you with a wonderful treat for all your senses, but it's also sure to be a talking point.  In addition, Le Maine Castay La Part des Hommes offers incredible value for money.

Cognac age:
Extra
Growth area:
Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
57%
Age (minimum):
2 years

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Le Maine Castay La Part des Hommes Cognac

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