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Prince Hubert de Polignac VSOP Organic Cognac
Made from organically grown grapes, Prince Hubert de Polignac VSOP Organic reveals a particularly fruity character and uniquely pure aromas.
When Prince Hubert de Polignac Cognacs decided to relaunch its organic quality, it was obvious to the brand to respect consumers' expectations but also to go even further in producing the most eco-responsible Cognac possible. By doing away with the case, working with a wooden-headed cap and having a fully recyclable tin cap.
Prince Hubert de Polignac VSOP also uses 15% dried and crushed grape cluster waste, 40% recycled paper and 45% virgin pulp. This medium reduces its carbon impact by 20% and is produced with 100% green electricity. Meanwhile, aluminium-free gilding, inks and colours are developed using only real natural pigments from plants and minerals.
Presentation of the bottle
Displayed in a uniquely shaped carafe, Prince Hubert de Polignac Cognacs VSOP challenges the traditional image often presented of Cognac. Instead, it offers a modern outlook on the industry with an added touch of sophistication.
How to enjoy
Prince Hubert de Polignac VSOP Organic Cognac can be served neat or on the rocks. Alternatively, it mixes beautifully in a cocktail. Try mixing up the following cocktail:
- 2 oz Polignac VSOP
- 2/3 dashes of bitters or orange bitters
- ½ oz simple syrup
- Optional extra: a dash of fresh orange juice
- Ice cubes or a block of ice
Straight in your tumbler glass, pour step by step the bitters, the simple syrup, the Cognac and a dash of orange juice. Then add some ice cubes or a block of ice. Stir the whole mix with a bar spoon or a stirrer. Finally, garnish your glass with an orange peel.
About Prince Hubert de Polignac Cognac
Named after the oldest of France’s noble families, Cognac Prince Hubert de Polignac is an independent Cognac company since parting from H Mounier in 2019. Packaged in their distinctive grey, red or blue colours, the brand ranges from a VS upwards. Faithfully following the cognac making methods of old, today’s 'Prince Polignac' cognac has won many awards since its inception over 60 years ago.
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