Deau XO Cognac

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The Deau XO Cognac is a true treat for all of the senses. From the deep gold amber hue that twinkles on the eye, through the aromatic richness on the nose, to the the complexity and finess of the palate, this is a stand out great Cognac. Made from a blend of eaux-de-vie from both Petite Champagne and Fins Bois, and aged for a minimum of 10 years has created a top quality Cognac that represents outstanding value for money.

The secret, of course, is all down to the skill of the cellar master. This XO boasts 75% Petite Champagne eaux-de-vie, and 25% Fins Bois. The end result will wow you with its myriad of flavors: Think violets, lychee, nuts, coffee beans, and a long finish that intensifies with leather, cigar box, and musk.

Presentation is also an aspect in which the house of Deau excel. This is certainly not a Cognac to hide away, as its beautiful decanter deserves to be on display. The asymmetrical bottle with its cool lines and golden stopper beautifully combines tradition with 21st century design. If you're looking for a great Cognac to enhance the best of collections, all at a price that won't break the bank, then this XO certainly hits the spot in all respects.

Cognac age:
XO
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

$174 Out Of Stock

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Tasting revew by Cognac Expert:

What struck us initially when we first tasted DEAU XO was the incredible richness it reveals. The color is a gleaming dark gold with an amber hue. The palate has complex floral and fruity notes of jasmin, dried plum, apricot, and wild peach. DEAU XO is an extremely smooth blend, perfect for anyone who enjoys lighter aromas.

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Q&A for Deau XO

Ravi 2012-10-22

i would like to buy black bottle..inform me ASAP

    Dmitry slavin 2012-03-29

    I would like make order for this xo cognac

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      Tasting revew by Cognac Expert:

      What struck us initially when we first tasted DEAU XO was the incredible richness it reveals. The color is a gleaming dark gold with an amber hue. The palate has complex floral and fruity notes of jasmin, dried plum, apricot, and wild peach. DEAU XO is an extremely smooth blend, perfect for anyone who enjoys lighter aromas.

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