C by Courvoisier Cognac

Courvoisier Cognac

C by Courvoisier is a new cognac, at 35$ (26) and the answer to Remy V and Hennessy Black. Where to buy this Cognac C by Courvoisier? Probably everywhere, very soon. The kick-off is in February 2012.

Cognac age:
Special
Growth area:
Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

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Courvoisier is amongst the four leading cognac houses in the world. Legend has it that the emperor Napoleon himself chose Courvoisier as his preferred cognac, therefore Courvoisier is often referred to as “The Cognac of Napoleon”. The company dates back to 1828 and since has its headquarters in the town of Jarnac. With prestigious bottles such as Courvoisier Napoleon or Josephine, the cognac house is at the top of the luxury spirits market. The drink is strongly engrained in US Hip Hop culture with Busta Rhymes and P Diddy dedicating the song “Pass the Courvoisier” to the traditional cognac.

6 reviews for C by Courvoisier

Chip 2012-10-18

I have always been a fan of straight-up cognac; I have a slight preference for Remy Martin over Courvoisier but I'd never complain about either. Tried C for the first time recently (also tried Courvoisier Rose but that's another story -- tastes like pink Koolaid) and have to admit its a refreshing change of pace. Much bolder, a little sweeter. Think I may still prefer the original but have to admit C is quite tasty and I can see where it could grow on me. They describe it as "bold" and I think that's fairly accurate. Not as "oaky" as I expected given the billing, but more wood notes than the original. I can easily see making room for both in my bar,

    Kevin 2012-07-06

    It is available in the Memphis area. The sizes available are Liter, 750ml, 375ml & 50mlHope this helps,Kevin

      Rob 2012-07-02

      Quite smooth, as well as rather fruity-like grapes, naturally. Cost me about $40. Have not had Hennessy black, nor do I care to so I have no comparison to that. I'm not a cognac "expert" but I wasn't extremely impressed, nor was I disappointed though. I prefer regular courvoisier to this.

        clover 2012-02-02

        when and where can I buy C by courvoisier in New York, NYC?? I think the bottle looks awesome!

          tb51064 2012-02-01

          When will it come to the Memphis, TN area? I feel in love with the Rose, enjoy the smooth mellow taste. Waiting patiently!!!

            Mamaman 2012-02-01

            wow, lovely bottle! really cool. "C" looks a bit like Hennessy Black was my first thought. where can I buy it? in which states will it be available or in which liquor stores can I purchase c by courvoisier?

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