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Grand Breuil VSOP Cognac
The Grand Breuil VSOP Cognac is a smooth, light, and extremely mellow offering that reveals blissful aromas of red fruits and vanilla, alongside the delicacy and complexity of candied ginger and vine peach. This delightful creation by Tessendier brothers, Jerome and Lilian, not only offers excellent value for money but is a truly versatile Cognac worth adding to any collection.
The unique know-how that continues to grow with time, combined with the passion and expertise of the Grande Breuild estate’s heirs reflects the longstanding history of the Tessendier family - and the important contribution they have made towards the heritage of the Cognac region itself.
Presentation of the bottle
Dressed in a rather traditional looking bottle, Grand Breuil VSOP hones in on the brand’s extensive history within the Cognac industry. The bottle’s smooth and elegant curves will allow it to stand beautifully as a table centrepiece, just like a bottle of wine would. Its accompanying gift box gives the Cognac that all-important refined finishing touch required to send it on as a gift to a fellow discerning Cognac drinker. It’s also a great Cognac to gift somebody who is not yet overly familiar with the art of Cognac tasting as it’s a perfect bottle to start with.
How to enjoy
This VSOP Cognac certainly holds its head high when being enjoyed neat - and the connoisseur will appreciate it in the traditional manner, as a digestif. However, it is a versatile blend that provides no restriction when it comes to tasting as serving the Cognac over ice will further release subtle differences in the flavors, and it could even be served as the base component to your favorite cocktail.
About Grand Breuil Cognac
A small, but quality cognac brand produced in the heart of the Charente countryside, Cognac Grand Breuil produce a range of cognacs packaged in an elegant and classic manner. Self-described as a ‘luxe à la Française’ (French luxury), the brand produces their wares in a way that harps back to the first days of cognac production. Cognac Grand Breuil, part of the larger Tessendier Distillery, are keen to remain true to their heritage, producing cognac that appeals to both those new to the delights of eaux-de-vie, as well as having appeal to the connoisseur.
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