Remy Martin V Clear Spirit, but no Cognac Cognac

Remy Martin Cognac

Remy Martin V is a new product, and it's unaged. That means it is not a Cognac! Why? Because it is distilled and then not matured in oak casks - but directly put into the bottle. That means: It does not get the color or taste from the oak barrels, which leads to a clear color. This spirit is made for cocktail drinks, no question. After the distillation the spirit is cooled down, to maintain its texture and state - and then bottled. The bottle was introduced to the US market in 2010.The price of Remy Martin V is around 35 or $45.

Cognac age:
Special
Growth area:
Petite Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

42,00 € Out Of Stock

All Prices inc. VAT and excl. shipping costs

This established Cognac house has been around since 1724, for nearly 300 years, producing exquisite Fine Champagne Cognac, which is the category of highest quality in cognac production. With products such as its famous blend Louis XIII, the cognac house with the black centaur logo on its bottles has found international acclaim and saw an exciting history of family feuds, mergers and in recent years a boom in US popular culture. Today, Rémy Martin is part of the Rémy Cointreau group, a powerful company with various luxury products in their range and a large international distribution network.  

10 reviews for Remy Martin V Clear Spirit, but no Cognac

Paris 2012-07-22

Purchased in Cleveland, MS.

    Paris 2012-07-22

    I tried Remy Clear yesterday for the first time. I mixed it with cranberry juice, which was suggested by liquor store worker. It tasted like Scotch instead of cognac. I am a Remy fan because of the smooth taste. I will try this again.

      Rich P.A 2012-07-07

      Because its a new kind of REMY, it has to be approved in each state that has that law, just like a new drink would, I bought some in Dallas so I know its in Dallas for sure. I also know its in Chicago. You can order online too, n im spending this much time responding to a stranger lol because REMY V is a really nice and smooth champagne-like cognac, the best so far in 2012!

        Whit 2012-05-12

        Has anyone tried this in a Martini or dirty Martini? That's my usual way to drink white spirits, and I was wondering how this eau-de-vie stands up against the traditional gin and vodka.

          Ebony 2012-04-23

          I love it.....it taste just like Couvroisier, purchased it in Tampa,Fl.

            cedric 2012-02-26

            Currently living in Ohio would like to buy some. Where is it being sold? Could someone e-mail me with info.

              Tiff 2012-01-11

              What cities can i buy Remy V at?

                Joe Chandler 2012-01-01

                I tried “V” on a whim a couple of weeks ago. I walked into the liquor store and thought this is a new Cognac, but then I thought, part of the coloring of Cognac comes from ageing in a barrel so how can this be Cognac? BUT, the taste was excellent! I purchased two “nips” (in Mt. Vernon, NY.). I just bought the 375ml bottle to share with a Cognac loving friend of mine tomorrow. I’m going to place the bottle in the frezer and serve it “ice cold”. Incidentally, I usually drink Courvoisier, but I really like this “V”.

                  Colts-onIce 2011-12-29

                  From Indy…my babe brought a bottle over to me last night waking me up at 2 am to try what very little was left in the bottle. That’s right, it was so intriguing that at 2 am waking up from sleep, I drank it. Instant love affair with Remy V. Made love to the bottle and thanked my babe for introducing me to my new girlfriend. Now where can I find her again?

                    Marc 2011-12-12

                    I heard this is still testing in the US. Some bar keepers have it, some sell it under the counter.. I would love to taste it, do you know when it's coming to Europe? As it's not a cognac, but an eaux-de-vie blanche, I am soooo curious!

                      Write your review !

                      Write a review

                      Remy Martin V Clear Spirit, but no Cognac

                      Remy Martin V Clear Spirit, but no Cognac

                      There is no review on Remy Martin V, we haven't tasted it.

                      Related articles for Remy Martin V Clear Spirit, but no Cognac

                      coupe_shanghai_Remy
                      Chinese Cognac Market Finally Recovering?
                      15-02-2015 / It’s been a long haul for the Cognac industry, with the golden child of China literally being cut off in its prime with the Government austerity measures. Remy Martin, in particular, really did get their fingers burned in this sorry process. But it appears that there may be a little chink of light appearing at Read full article...
                      nicholas-faith-cognac
                      Interview with Nicholas Faith on his New Book: Cognac (Sound & Transcript, 15 min)
                      12-12-2013 / I, Max, recently had the pleasure of interviewing one of the world’s leading authorities on cognac – Nicholas Faith.  Author of many successful books – including the aptly named, ‘Cognac,’ this fascinating octogenarian has just released his latest offering. Go to Amazon and buy the book or get the Ebook on itunes. If there is one Read full article...
                      Hennessy iphone App
                      Remy Martin Louis XIII and Hennessy VSOP Get An iPhone/iPad Makeover
                      27-07-2012 / Considering there are apps available for virtually anything you can think of, it seems a little odd to us that cognac is one area that is very poorly accounted for in our 21st century, information hungry world. So it’s great to see that both Remy Martin and Hennessy are doing their bit to level the Read full article...
                      Pierrette Trichet Cellar Master of Rémy Martin
                      Rémy Martin Master Blender: Cognac with Coca-Cola? That’s Okay.
                      14-11-2011 / The first female cellar master of one of the ‘big four’ – Pierrette Trichet – is certainly not averse to speaking her mind.  And being a woman in what has, until recently, been a distinctly male dominated industry, certainly makes her a force to be reckoned with. Ms Trichet took the top job at Remy Read full article...