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Larsen Cognac VS with Fins Bois and Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie
Home of eaux-de-vie that are entirely exploratory in origin, this Norwegian Cognac house presents the youngest of their range - Larsen VS Single Grape Cognac. This is a beautiful blend of matured eaux-de-vie that have spent at least 2 years sleeping in oak casks, that come from various terroirs from the Fins Bois to the Premier Cru, also known as the Grande Champagne. Fruity and fresh, this a great option for cocktails and long drinks thanks to its full-bodied flavors of ripe grapes, herbal aroma and fully fragrant notes. If you enjoy exploring Cognac in an entirely new way, this is a great bottle as it is so versatile.
The Fins Bois is best characterized by creating eaux-de-vie with aromas of fresh grapes, and typically ages a lot faster than other crus. The Grande Champagne is known for its elegance, and this certainly comes across in this Cognac’s personality.
Born in 1926, Larsen Cognac was started when a young Norwegian man, Jens Reidar Larsen, stopped off in the town of Cognac, fell in love with a girl there and discovered the art of Cognac making. From that moment on, history was made.
How to serve VS Cognac Larsen
It can be enjoyed neat and with a cocktail, or in a long drink with lemonade.
An attractive glass with embossed details, and a silver label. Proofed at 40% ABV in a 70cl bottle.
About Larsen Cognac
Known as ‘The Cognac of Vikings,’ Larsen Cognac has striven to produce and offer products of high quality at selected points of sale throughout the world.
A family run concern, the story of Cognac Larsen dates back to 1926 when Jens Reidar Larsen made the move from his home country of Norway to France. Seduced by the quality of the brandy that came from the town of Cognac, he devoted much time and effort to become a connoisseur in the subject, and naturally progressed to owning and running his own Cognac house.
Today, Larsen Cognacs are as well known for their luxury packaging as the quality of their eaux-de-vie, with Limoges Porcelain and Baccarat Crystal featuring strongly with many of their premium Cognacs.
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