Contrary to its name, the 1738 Rémy Martin Acord Royal Tradition Cognac was neither distilled, nor bottled in 1738: The date is a reference to Rémy Martins early history. It's a Fine Champagne blend of over 240 eaux-de-vies, perfectly combined to create a very fruity, aromatic, yet slightly spicy Cognac. In fact, it's been reported to have many of the tastes and aroma characteristics that appeal to those who enjoy whisky.
A Cognac that represents excellent value for money, and one that's extremely versatile to own. It can be enjoyed in many ways. This includes the traditional - neat, as a digestif - but also on the rocks, or combined with a mixer or as a component of your favorite cocktail.
The quality of this Cognac has been recognized by winning a double gold at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
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Eye: Copper gold
Nose: Fruity - candied fruits, apricots, figs, apples, caramel, leather, oily nuts, oak tones
Palate: Sweetish on entry, drying - many ripe fruit notes, raisin, ice wine, vanilla, and oak pepper. A lingering, oaky and vanilla finish.