Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Daniel Bouju Imperium
A non-filtered Brut de Fut Cognac, Daniel Bouju Imperium is a rich and intense blend that transports tasters on a voyage of tasting discovery. With blissful notes of rose petals, liquorice, candied angelica, balsamic, alongside woody aromas of Limousin oak, undergrowth, cigar box, tannins and powerful rancio - this Cognac boasts a complex melange of phenomenal flavors. A sensory explosion, it is an extraordinary Hors d’Age Cognac that invites you to savour every last drop.
The house of Daniel Bouju is a lesser known, small-scale artisanal producer that has been producing Cognac for over 200 years. Sharing the passion for more than two centuries, seven generations of the Bouju family have taken the reigns of their ancestors. Amidst 30 hectares of luscious Ugni-blanc vines, Maison Daniel Bouju is based in the heart of the Grande Champagne region of Cognac. Remaining humble to their roots, this brand takes pride in preserving the family traditions of distilling and aging the Cognacs in exactly the same way as their ancestors once did. This results in the production of remarkable Cognacs that will continue to stand the course of time.
Presentation of the bottle
Displayed in a stunning crystal decanter, Imperium arrives in a hand-crafted, varnished wooden box and it’s very own glass bottle stopper. A one of a kind collectors item and an excellent addition for Cognac connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.
How to enjoy
One to be savoured, this fine quality Cognac can be enjoyed as a digestif at the end of a delicious meal. Sip it neat to appreciate the Cognac for all its glory. And for those who like to smoke, Daniel Bouju Imperium makes the perfect pairing for a fine cigar of your choice.
About Daniel Bouju Cognac
The small cognac house of Daniel Bouju is a family run affair located in the village of Saint Preuil in the Charente. Covering 14 hectares of vines in the heart of the famed Grande Champagne region, Cognac Daniel Bouju has a wine making history that stretches back to the 19th century. Enjoyed in countries around the world, this independent cognac label concentrates on producing a diverse range of artisan cognacs as opposed to aspiring to the large, industrial production of the big cognac houses.
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