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Brugerolle Aigle D'Or Napoléon Cognac

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Brugerolle Cognac

This cognac has matured for around 20 years, which makes it a high quality cognac. Blended from grapes from the Grande and Petite Champagne as well as the Fins Bois region, it features a complex body and color.

Cognac age:
Napoléon
Growth area:
Petite Champagne, Grande Champagne, Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%
Age (minimum):
15 years
Age (maximum):
20 years

$144 Out Of Stock

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No tasting review yet, but we found this comment online: Pleasant very elegant aroma of plums, bitter almonds, violets, and a hint of flint. To the taste, which has a distinct flavor of plums, its enormous strength is more impressive that its complexity; medium-long aftertaste.

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Brugerolle Aigle D'Or Napoléon

Brugerolle Aigle D'Or Napoléon

No tasting review yet, but we found this comment online: Pleasant very elegant aroma of plums, bitter almonds, violets, and a hint of flint. To the taste, which has a distinct flavor of plums, its enormous strength is more impressive that its complexity; medium-long aftertaste.

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