This artisan house is rightfully proud of their Naud XO Cognac. Made using some of the oldest and rarest eaux-de-vie that are housed in their Paradis cellar, it's deservedly been decorated with some great medals. Everything about this Cognac invites you forward to sample its mysteries: From the contemporary bottle, deep mahogany tones, and even the extraordinarily colored outer packaging. This is not a Cognac produced on a production line–it's pure passion and innovation every step of the way.
A Cognac of this quality deserves to be savored. Perhaps you might enjoy it in the traditional manner, after dinner as the perfect digestif. If you're feeling a little adventurous, try it on the rocks for some subtle flavor changes. Or, if you really want to live on the edge, place the bottle in the freezer and enjoy it icy cold... Whichever way you choose to taste it, this is a stand out great Cognac that will stand proud even at the most smart of occasions.
VIIth Challenge to the Best French Spirits for Asia 2017 - Silver Medal
International Spirits Challenge 2017 - Silver Medal
About Naud Cognac
Founded in 1923 by Emile Perrier, the expertise and passion of distilling has been passed down through five generations. Today the house of Naud Cognac is in the more than capable hands of Jean-Michelle Naud and his son, Pierre. The ethos of the house is, and always has been, unconventionality. From the days of Emile, he of fruit liquer fame, right though to today, every single one of their products is produced specifically to be be interest to the liquor and Cognac connoisseur.
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