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Courvoisier Rosé Liqueur Cognac
Blended with Red Wine Grapes, Rose Liqueur has an ABV of 18%, with lower alcohol strength to pure Cognac which usually has an ABV of 40%. Courvoisier is renowned for its creative concepts and innovative, refreshing twists when it comes to curating new products. This revolutionary Cognac liquor no exception. Revealing the fruity flavors, similar to those found in pure Cognac, Rose Liqueur features notes of blackberry, blackcurrant and cherry, with complimenting hints of honey, vanilla and vine peach flavours.
Courvoisier takes great care in delivering quality at each stage of the Cognac production process. Nurturing close relationships with local vine growers of the Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Fins Bois and Borderies crus, ensures the grapes used are the finest of the Cognac region. Combining old techniques with new technology, Maison Courvoisier values the delicate blend of art and science when crafting Cognac.
With exceptional quality at the forefront of the brand's values, the house of Courvoisier toasted the Grand Opening of the Eiffel Tower back in 1889. Such a momentous occasion sets the tradition that Courvoisier Cognac is the perfect drink choice for special occasions and celebrations.
Presentation of the bottle
Showcased in a contemporary, curvaceous bottle, the presentation oozes style from inside out. An enticing bottle, and a unique addition to add to your spirits collection. Stamped with the swirly Courvoisier brand logo, this bottle certainly won't go unnoticed by both rose wine and Cognac enthusiasts.
How to enjoy
This pioneering rose liqueur is best served on its own. With a much weaker alcohol strength to Cognac, it can be enjoyed in the same way as wine. Add a dash of ice and sparkling water to turn this liqueur into a refreshing Rose Liqueur Spritz. The perfect drink to have in hand, during a warm summer’s afternoon in the sunshine.
About Courvoisier Cognac
Courvoisier is amongst the four leading Cognac houses in the world - also known as the 'Big Four'. Legend has it that the emperor Napoléon himself chose Courvoisier as his preferred Cognac, therefore Courvoisier brandy is often referred to as “The Cognac of Napoleon”. The company dates back to 1828 and since has its headquarters in the town of Jarnac. With prestigious bottles such as Courvoisier Napoléon or Josephine, the Cognac house is at the top of the luxury spirits market. The Courvoisier VS, VSOP, and Rose Liqueur are also very popular. The drink is strongly ingrained in US Hip Hop culture with Busta Rhymes and P Diddy dedicating the song “Pass the Courvoisier” to the traditional brand.
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