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- Tiffon Cognac
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Growth area & soil: Blend
Tiffon VS Cognac
The Tiffon VS Cognac is the youngest of the cognacs on offer from this little-known, but well-respected house. For its age, it boasts an exceptional depth. It opens with an aroma that is a beautiful balance of sweet and spice, which is mirrored in its taste. The palate exquisitely follows with harmony that develops into a clean and lasting finish. A Cognac of youth and vitality, it's one that all Cognac lovers will appreciate.
Produced from a Cognac house founded in 1875, the expertise of each creation passed the test of time. Owned by the reputable Braastad family, who originally migrated to Cognac from Norway, each product of this house is both worldly and timeless. Exceptional value for money, the VS is a staple to keep in a Cognac cabinet. If you are yet to familiarise yourself with the Tiffon house, this is a brilliant place to start.
Presentation of the bottle
Stamped with simplicity, the heritage behind this young Cognac is immediately evident. Traditional gold and red offer a royal introduction, complemented by the classic Tiffon branding conveying history effortlessly. Finished in a presentation box, the decor embodies everything a good Cognac should offer. An exceptional gift to others, or to self.
How to enjoy
Thanks to its younger age, this VS can be enjoyed neat to appreciate its youthfulness and vitality. Or, perhaps add ice or a mixer to savor it as a refreshing drink on a long day.
About Tiffon Cognac
With strong ties to the Scandinavian country of Norway, the history of Cognac Tiffon dates back to 1875. Tiffon is to this day a family run business, and is based at the beautiful family home, the Chateau de Triac, just 5 kms from the town of Jarnac. The Chateau itself has a battle-scarred and convoluted history, dating back to the 11th century, which includes being razed to the ground by fires and completely demolished during the Hundred Years’ War. Today, the family grows 40 hectares of Grande Champagne and Fins Bois vines, overseen by cellar master Richard Braastad, who comes from an old cognac producers’ family.
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