Merlet Liqueur C2 Citron au Cognac
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Merlet Liqueur C2 Citron au Cognac

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Cognac age
Liqueur
Growth area
Blend
Bottle size
700ml
ABV
33%
$ 49.00
In stock
excl. shipping
Quantity

Cognac age
Liqueur
Growth area
Blend
Bottle size
700ml
ABV
33%

Tasting review

Tasting review by Merlet Cognac:

Nose: Lemon clearly shines through, with notes of ginger, liquorice, & spice. 

Palate: A flavor explosion. The Cognac, lemon, & limes are in perfect harmony. The freshness of the citrus peels appears, with notes of vanilla, fruit, & the Cognac’s wood. Powerful blackcurrant followed by blackberry jam. The finish is long, tangy, & slightly bitter with spicy notes.

Description

The Merlet Liqueur C2 Citron is a wonderful combination of Cognac, lemon, and lime.  The first aromas are definitely of lemon, and then when you take a sip, experience a harmonious union of citrus flavors with the luxury of Cognac.  

The liqueur is created with infusions of the fruits, along with 70% Cognac - a little sugar added at the end of the process makes for a satisfying, yet not-overpowering sweetness.  Enjoy on the rocks as a digestif, or combined with a mixer for the perfect aperitif.  It's also a great choice to use in your favorite cocktail.

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Merlet Liqueur C2 Citron au Cognac

Tasting review by Merlet Cognac:

Nose: Lemon clearly shines through, with notes of ginger, liquorice, & spice. 

Palate: A flavor explosion. The Cognac, lemon, & limes are in perfect harmony. The freshness of the citrus peels appears, with notes of vanilla, fruit, & the Cognac’s wood. Powerful blackcurrant followed by blackberry jam. The finish is long, tangy, & slightly bitter with spicy notes.