The Leyrat Glory Cognac is a single estate delight. Thanks to a happy oversight that saw a group of barrels being 'forgotten', this eaux-de-vie was left for over 40 years to strengthen and reduce. This means that this is a Cognac that's been allowed to naturally age to the perfect cask strength of 45% ABV.
This occured due to the barrels being stored at the very back of Layrat Cognac's Paradise Cellar. Hidden from view, it was only in recent years that they were re-discovered. In fact, there was no trace of the year the eaux-de-vie within was distilled, but it was surmised that it was a minimum of four decades before being found.
Leyrat Glory is remarkably vivacious and fresh. It's a Fins Bois Cognac that's the perfect choice to bring out on the most special of occasions, or would make the perfect gift for the Cognac connoiseur.
About Leyrat Cognac
Cognac Leyrat is part of the 250 hectare estate owned by Francis and Elodie Abecassis. They also own the brands Cognac Le Reviseur and Cognac ABK6. As with the rest of the company’s range, Cognac Leyrat is produced from the fruits of a single estate. These eaux-de-vie are then aged and blended into a full range of cognacs, from a VS right through to their flagship product Leyrat Glory, which is a minimum of 40 years of age.
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