Larsen Arctic XO Cognac

Larsen Cognac

This special cognac, Larsen Arctic XO is a blend of old eaux-de-vie with pure water from the Spitzberg Glaciers near the North Pole. Even after aging in oak barrels, the alcohol content remains at 50%.

Cognac age:
XO
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
Age (maximum):
6 years

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Tasting Notes

We haven't done a tasting review of Larsen Arctic XO yet, but the producer states: "Le Cognac Arctique" is an incomparable adventure with the same pleasant characteristics as the Larsen X.O. Extra d'Or.

Known as ‘The Cognac of Vikings,’ Larsen Cognac has striven to produce and offer products of high quality at selected points of sale throughout the world. A family run concern, the story of Larsen Cognac dates back to 1926 when Jens Reidar Larsen made the move from his home country of Norway to France. Seduced by the quality of the brandy that came from Cognac, he devoted much time and effort to become a connoisseur in the subject, and naturally progressed to owning and running his own cognac house. Today, Larsen Cognacs are as well known for their luxury packaging as the quality of their eaux-de-vie, with Limoges Porcelain and Baccarat Crystal featuring strongly with many of their premium cognacs.

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Larsen Arctic XO

Larsen Arctic XO

We haven't done a tasting review of Larsen Arctic XO yet, but the producer states: "Le Cognac Arctique" is an incomparable adventure with the same pleasant characteristics as the Larsen X.O. Extra d'Or.

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