- Cognac age
- Hors d'Age
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- Grande Champagne
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The Drouet & Fils Paradis de Famille Cognac is a heritage cognac of the family Drouet. It's composed of a blend of eaux-de-vie, all from the Grande Champagne terroir, and distilled in 1969 by Gérard Drouet in his 4-hl still, heated by wood and coal.
Colour : dark, coppery, tinged with mahogany.
Taste : delicacy, power and enduring length marked by an extraordinary mellowness. Strong personality.
- Gold Medal - Concours Général Agricole de Paris category XO - 2007
- Silver Medal- Concours Général Agricole de Paris category XO - 2004
- Silver Medal- Concours des Cognacs de Grande Champagne - 2004
About Drouet et Fils Cognac
Boasting a history spanning four generations, the estate of Cognac Drouet et Fils covers 74 acres of Grande and Petite Champagne. However, the cognacs produced are purely from the Grande Champagne. Creating a range of cognacs from Trois Etoiles (three stars) to XO and beyond, Cognac Drouet et Fils remains faithful to the traditional production methods of old. Today, Drouet cognacs can be found throughout the world, with their distinguished packaging and the unique bottle shapes of their top of the range cognacs making them easy to recognize.
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