Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Bisquit VS Classique Cognac
A truly classic Cognac, you are likely to have stumbled on a Bisquit before. Due to its incredible versatility, it is a beverage that can be enjoyed by all, on almost any occasion. But, whilst it might be a common Cognac, this Very Special Classique is by no means ordinary. A young Cognac of the French cognac house, with a blend consisting of the fine Fins Bois Eaux-de-vie, this is a beverage packed full of spectacular flavour. Aged for 3 to 5 years, the Bisquit VS Classique suits a party perfectly, acting as the quintessential company to any good cocktail.
Whilst it is a Cognac of contemporary style, there is a long, impressive history that goes into the creation of this VS Classique. Founded by Alexandre Bisquit in 1819, the Bisquit creations are said to be among the favourites of the greats Winston Churchill and King George IV. Boasting a style that never ceases, the Bisquit Cognac House is renowned for historic expertise that was as valued centuries ago as it is today.
Presentation of the bottle
Displayed in a bottle that conveys its long-standing place in history, this Cognac presents effortless excellence. Using a dark brown to compliment the oak wood contents fittingly, the copper warmth of this Cognac is portrayed adeptly in every detail. Holding contemporary chic, whilst encompassing valuable tradition, this is truly a Cognac for every occasion.
How to enjoy
With a delightful sweetness and underlying notes of spicy oak, this Cognac suits a cocktail flawlessly. Packing a punch with its unique flavour, the Bisquit VS Classique Cognac is what your cocktail hadn’t realised it was missing. A great companion to party, or to be given as an exquisite gift.
A firm favourite of my dads which suddenly we were unable to buy anywhere, until I found Cognac Experts. I am in UK they are in France he is in Spain, no problem. I order it and they send direct it arrives in a few days and I get a phone call to say it's here!
He says the packaging is so good, no chance of it being damaged. Once opened, He takes a long sniff and says oooh that smells good better have a taste. He takes a sip , swirls it around his mouth has a little shudder followed by mmm it tastes as good as it smells. Apparently it has an aftertaste that lingers and leaves a nice warm feeling as it hits the roof of your mouth.
A firm favourite no doubt
About Bisquit Cognac
Founded by Alexandre Bisquit in 1819, the house of Bisquit, with its home at the Château de Lignères by the banks of the Charente River, had a long-standing family tradition until the house was sold to Pernod Ricard in 1966. Said to have been among the favorite Cognacs of Winston Churchill and King George IV, it is popular in the Anglo-Saxon countries and hence was bought by the South African group Distell in 2009. Find Bisquit Cognac for sale and prices below.
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