The Limited Edition, Single Barrel Borderies 2006 Cognac from Maison Park
Cognac Park are well known for creating a unique and wide variety of Cognacs, with a diverse range of vintages and eaux-de-vie. This particular Park Cellar No.5 2006 Borderies Cognac is a boasts a wonderful roundness, with a slightly nutty character that is characteristic of its region.
Taken from one single barrel, one cru and one particular vintage, this charismatic Cognac from the Maison Park delivers a consistent and complex collection of flavors with every sip you take.
Hints of butterscotch and ripe stone fruits immediately hit the senses, with aromas of oak spice perfuming the nose thanks to its many years spent maturing in Limousin casks.
On the palate, this single barrel Borderies beauty has a round and supple mouthfeel, with flavors of fresh, sweet peaches and fruit jelly, a hint of poached pear and light baking spices that add a touch of warmth. Almond and brown sugar linger before a lengthy finish of oak and toffee, offering a nutty, sweet finale.
How to Enjoy
Cognac Park offer a pleasurable pairing to this Cognac on their website, suggesting a dessert of banana fritters with a hot chocolate sauce and macadamia nut brittle. The fruity and nutty aromas of this Borderies Cognac are accented by the soft, sweet banana and macadamia, whereas the chocolate sauce combined with the sweet butterscotch flavors of the Cognac add a final sweet touch, resulting in a delectable digestif that’s sure to please your palate!
If you don’t have a sweet tooth, why not enjoy this Borderies Single Barrel with a freshly pressed cafetiere of Arabica coffee, perhaps with a square of 80% dark chocolate to finish off a meal nicely.
Presentation of the Bottle
Like many of Cognac Park's bottles, this sleek design is understated and classic. Offering all the essential information on elegant off-white labeling, topped with a golden topper, a subtle nod to the quality of the Borderies beauty stored within.
About Park Cognac
Cognac Park is a brand produced by the large eaux-de-vie group Tessendier & Fils, a wholesaler who has a traceable history dating back to the 19th century. Presented in elegant ‘cognacaise’ bottles, the range encompasses all of the growing regions of the area, and produce blends both young and old. A relatively recent brand, the popularity of Cognac Park is beginning to grow, as more consumers in various countries become aware of its existence.
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