Growth area & soil: Blend
The Chollet Napoleon Cognac is a great introduction for anyone who's new to the delights of this craft Cognac house. At a Napoleon quality, this is a great choice for drinking neat; powerful, woody, and robust. Enjoy as a digestif, or, if you prefer, with a mixer for a refreshing long drink, in a cocktail, or over ice for some subtle flavor differences.
It's well aged, shown in both the dark color of the liquid and the the tasting experience. It first thrills with a plethora of aromas on the nose, followed by a complex yet balanced taste sensation on the palate. And, thanks to the extended aging in oak barrels, gifts a long and pleasurable aftertaste to savor. A wonderful addition to any liquor cabinet, and one that offers great value for such a high quality Cognac.
About Chollet Cognac
The house of Chollet Cognac might have a shorter history than some in the region, but it's a fascinating one. In addition, the stor just goes to show what can be achieved if you truly want to follow your passion. The hard work that the founders of Chollet Cognac undertook in 1952 is tantamount to the success of the house today. It's a wonderful example of how a small, artisan brand can bring the delicious wonders of the world of Cognac to us, as a consumer. The range on offer from Chollet includes some very old Cognacs–very certainly ones that will appeal to anyone who appreciates the finer things in life. Definitely a brand to explore for both the connoiseur and the less experienced Cognac drinker.
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