Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Sylvelune Chaman Cognac: Embark on a Majestic Escape
Offering a sensual tasting experience, Sylvelune Chaman Cognac is part of a magical range of Cognacs by Maison Sylvelune. Produced from eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne: Premier Cru it contains warm and comforting, spicy aromas that are sure to delight. After spending decades in oak wooden barrels the eldest of the exceptional eaux-de-vie is up to 50 years old, making it a Hors d’Age blend.
Chaman Cognac is part of a magical range of Cognacs developed by its young entrepreneurial producer, who describes it as “a primeval encounter between man and nature”.
A Cognac for connoisseurs, it presents a prevailing warmth, alongside a virile bouquet, with delicious hints of wood and spices. With only 500 bottles available worldwide, Sylvelune Chaman Cognac is a well sought after, limited edition collectors item not to be missed.
Presentation of the bottle
Chaman Cognac is presented in a majestic decanter with intricate gold detailing. Inside the bottle, golden accents glimmer through the opulent nectar and accentuate the Cognac’s air of luxury even further. A stunning design featuring the Sylvelune brand logo which illustrates a moon and the stars. Just like the twinkling stars and the glowing moonlight, this Cognac will shine bright at special occasions both day and night. Arriving with a bespoke wooden box, it is a generous gift for someone worth pulling out all the stops for.
How to enjoy
Cognacs from the Sylvelune range should be slowly savoured down to every last drop. Due to the lengthy maturation process, this Hors d’Age is rich in both flavor and history. Sipping Chaman neat will allow the Cognac’s story to be told. To alter the tasting experience very slightly, try adding a few cubes of ice and enjoy as the patchwork of unique aromas open up across the palate. Close your eyes and let this very old Cognac take you on an immersive experience, far beyond the realms of your average Cognac tasting. We recommend serving this Cognac from a tulip glass, as its narrow flute allows the aromas to develop unreservedly.