Fine Champagne with the intensity of the dried fruit and it's complex spiciness can be explored with a sample of walnuts, dried apricots and prunes. Richness of dried fruits on the palate, length in mouth is about 10 minutes.
Nose: Round and balanced notes, oak hints, plum and almond. A rich rancio comes in, some leather aromas due to its length of ageing. The Borderies spirits in this blend lead to a floral fragrance. Eye: Its amber coloring indicates a great cCgnac.
Tasting review: Eye: Dark, golden color Nose: Rich and generous, exceptional aromas of fruits and flowers Palate: Very balanced, with some spicy hints. An extremely well rounded Cognac with a wonderfully long finish
Tesseron tasting notes: "The wonderful, heady aromatic tang, borne of long wood ageing is immediately compelling, giving way to hints of wood, dried fruits & tobacco. The palate: An extremely appetising cognac, opulent, rounded, yet vivacious. Pepper & spices emerge initially before revealing...
Tasting review by Hine Cognac: Jubilant citrus tones yield to the softer redolent aroma of acacia. Tangy cherry nuances present a youth still burning with adventure, tempered by the sharp notes of yellow-fleshed grapefruit.
The colour is pale golden, on the nose slightly bitter but in an enjoyable way. Hints of almond and nuts, the taste is dominated by fruit notes such as citrus, apricot, lemon, and orange.
The nose: Elegant and some orange fruit, on the palate rather round, some sweet hints and flowers. The Final: Long, consistent and rounded. The Sérénité EXTRA Cognac Bache-Gabrielsen was awarded: 2016 Double Gold Trophy of the Best Cognac in the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit...
Fine, elegant, complex, rich, this wonderful cognac is quite lively in spite of its very old ageing, creamy and appetizing, offering some notes of dried and jammy fruit, with the finest rancio aromas, leather, cigar box fragrances, toasted chocolate, liquorice and toffee. Very long finish with...
Review on Chateau Montifaud L50 Héritage Louis Vallet cognac: Nuts, cigar and spices. Very round and mellow, good rancio.
Paul Giraud Vieille Reserve is a very round Cognac, mellow. The rancio is typical for a cognac that has been ageing for arond 25 years in average. Lots of fruits, and a great, long after taste.
Tasting review by ABK6: Old gold mahogany in colour The nose displays a great aromatic richness with notes of wood, spice, liquorice, orange peel, and dried figs. Exceptional and well balanced aromatic strength with a combination of hazelnut, walnut, cedar wood, then candied fruits....
Prince Hubert de Polignac VS is a young cognac from the cognac house Polignac. Boasts balanced fruity and floral tones, making it ideal to enjoy on its own or with a mixer for a long drink. Available at an excellent price at Cognac-Expert.com
An amber colour with a subtle nose of vanilla hinting at aromas of dried fruit. A rich, balanced cognac. The Gautier VSOP can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in a long drink with soda, to enjoy all of its refreshing flavours.
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