The Leyrat Partage Cognac is truly something special. The latest from the domaine of Francis Abecassis, this limited edition has been created from a blend of very old hors d'age eaux-de-vie. Only 52 decanters have been produced - the first that was offered by Leyrat Cognac to the annual charity auction, "Les Part de Anges".
Each crystal decanter is encased in an oak chest that represents the casks used for aging the cognac. Cellar Master, Christian Guerin, says that his creation embodies aromas of spices and sandalwood that have developed from the extensive period within oak barrels. As one would expect of a cognac of this age and quality, the palate takes the taster on a senory journey, culminating in a delightful, and ultimately satisfying, lingering finish.
One for the connoiseur and/or cognac collector.
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Tasting review from Domain Francis Abecassis:
Aromas of spices and sandalwood developing from long aging in oak barrels.
Palate reveas notes of cigar box and a lingering honey finish.
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.