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With a name that references the year in which the house of Hardy was born, the Hardy Legend 1863 Cognac is a vintage delight that offers exceptional value for money for such a quality. A deep color, this is a truly versatile cognac that can be enjoyed in many ways: as a digestif after a good meal, or for the adventurous, drop in a block of ice or a few drops of water to enjoy the subtle differences in both aromas and flavor this brings.
The bottle itself is striking, and of course features the emblem of the house - the iconic French cockeral. A great cognac to include in any drinks cabinet, and one that will also be appreciated as a gift for anyone who loves great cognac.
Great nose, great price.. finish is a bit "direct"
This is a Napoleon cognac i understand, so it's older than a VSOP at a price of a VSOP. Disclaimer: i work in a bar and taste a lot of brown spirits between $50 and $100. For sure this one is better than others. I love the decanter, love the brand. Nevertheless that finish is a bit abrupt and could be smoother.. on the other hand it's not the most expensive cognac out there
About Hardy Cognac
With a history dating back to 1863, Cognac Hardy is well known for quality cognacs and traditional production methods. Passed down throughout the generations, this family house of cognac, which can be recognized by its rooster logo, was one of the very first to embrace the spoils of a worldwide distribution network. Thanks to the love of an entrepreneurial Englishman for the French Charentaise countryside, Cognac Hardy boasts a 150 year history of providing a range of cognacs to the four corners of the globe.
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