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Baron Otard Collection Du Roi Cognac

Âge du cognac
Hors d'Age

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Taille de bouteille
Teneur en alcool
Otard Cognac
5 663 $US
excl. expédition

Notes de dégustation

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Bouquet: Plum blossom is dominant, combined with fragrances of nutty notes and sweet spices, especially nutmeg. A slight hint of candied orange blends with the nobility of a robust oaky scent in the finish.

Palate: Delicate notes of prune combine harmoniously with a subtle touch of rancio. A sweet flavour of candied fruit lingers on the taste buds while a pinch of spices caresses the palate.

Appellation (Cru) & sol: Blend

Bois Ordinaires
Bons Bois
Fins Bois
Petite Champagne
Grande Champagne


Baron Otard Collection Du Roi Cognac

A rare and complex blend of carefully selected eaux-de-vie. This offering is one of the rarest expressions from the house of Baron Otard, with only limited batches of the special liquid to ever leave Baron Otard’s Royal Castle home. It blends two ancestral expressions of eaux-de-vie that have been kept for decades in the estates cellars there. An exceptional Cognac collectable that is presented in a crystal decanter with a bespoke presentation case.

This exclusive limited edition Cognac has been stored in the cellars of the Royal Chateau in Cognac itself, a castle that is rich in history and the birthplace of King François the first in 1494. An estate steeping in expertise, savoir-faire, history and tradition, the cellar boasts a collection of Cognacs that dates as far back as 1760.

The history of Baron Otard Cognac dates back to 1795, when Jean-Baptise Antoine Otard, grandson of the Scottish Baron James Otard, had returned from to France from his exile in England. Jean-Baptise came from a family of winemakers, and was rumored to have developed his own Cognac in exile which he took with him to his hometown in France. Upon his return, he was able to purchase the Royal Chateau in Cognac at auction, saving it from demolition. Here, behind dense stone walls and with a humid microclimate provided by the River Charente, Jean-Baptise launched his own Cognac company, then known as Maison Otard. Today the Chateau is a tourist attraction, but still houses the casks of eau-de-vie, used in the curation of Baron Otard Cognac.

Presentation of the bottle

An emblem of luxury, the mouth-blown crystal decanter is protected in a handmade box, covered with silk, leather, gold leaf and lacquered wood. Attention to detail and the elegant finishing touches are what makes the presentation of this Cognac so special and truly fit for a king. To finish such regal design work, the bottle is topped with a crystal crown stopper making it not only fit for a King but jewelling the Cognac as royal itself.

How to enjoy

Rare and unique Cognacs like the Collection du Roi range deserve your utmost attention: pour gently into a tulip glass and let it rest for 30 seconds, sip slowly and let this one of a kind Cognac do the talking. For a slightly different tasting experience, add a small dash of mineral water to allow the aromas to open up even further. Prunier recommends serving this particular Cognac as a digestive as it is a pleasant Cognac to taste at the end of a meal with a cigar.

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À propos de Otard Cognac

Avec une tradition ancienne qui remonte au Moyen-Âge, et au grand Ottar Viking norvégien, cette dynastie de cognac a une histoire incroyablement unique. À la même époque, le célèbre château de Cognac a été construit sur les rives de la Charente, et était largement associé à la monarchie française. Les deux histoires finiront par se confondre avec l'arrivée de la Maison de Cognac Otard, fondée en 1795. Aujourd'hui, le château est la maison de Cognac Baron Otard, qui sont parmi les plus reconnus pour leur qualité. Les élégantes bouteilles en forme de larme sont un beau symbole des valeurs à la fois traditionnelles et modernes du Cognac Otard.

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