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Courvoisier Cognac

Grande and Petite Champagnes bring harmony while Fins Bois give a floral and fruity character to Courvoisier VSOP Cognac. “Very smooth with an excellent balance of oak and floral flavours that can be fully appreciated neat or mixed with ice and water, it's also excellent with long drinks.”

Cognac age:
VSOP
Growth area:
Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml

$50 - In stock

$59

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Tasting Notes

After several years in our French fine-grained oak barrels, the spirit develops nutty notes and ages to produce a sweet, caramelized flavor resembling that of toasted almonds. Jasmine: The distillation on the lees is a complex and meticulous process but it gives fruity and musk notes, evoking jasmine aroma.

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I have enjoyed this Triple Oak Courvoisier cognac, since I first bought it. I especially liked the smoothness and flavor. I look forward to buying another bottle. I only drink a little bit and enjoy it in the evening. I am testing other Cognac‘s, but so far ,This is my favorite. MICHAEL H

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My favorite "affordable" Cognac.

This is a very pleasing Cognac which has to my sense of smell, a very pleasant floral aroma, and the taste buds seem to always have a very "nutlike" sensation. Some say toasted almonds, which comes close, but possibly toasted walnuts is closer. Just a little taste of the oak is there, too. A very pleasing and lasting finish with hints of oak. I consider this the best value for the money of the VSOPs of the Big 4 producers. I am always satisfied after a few sips of this fine spirit.

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Courvoisier VSOP

Courvoisier VSOP

After several years in our French fine-grained oak barrels, the spirit develops nutty notes and ages to produce a sweet, caramelized flavor resembling that of toasted almonds. Jasmine: The distillation on the lees is a complex and meticulous process but it gives fruity and musk notes, evoking jasmine aroma.

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