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Delamain Vesper Grande Champagne Cognac is a blend made from different old eaux-de-vies. The 100% Grande Champagne cognac is brought to consumption strength by the gradual addition of "vieilles faibles," very old, weak Grande Champagne Cognacs of 15 percent alcohol content. The eaux-de-vie used in this blend are selected from growers and distillers of the region, and every cognac is aged in a seperate barrel, then matured together, but longer than the Pale & Dry cognac. The procedure of ageing seperately, and then bringing the eaux-de-vie together, in order to age them together in one 350 litre Limousin oak cask is called "marriage". This cognac was introduced to the market in 1953, the label is a cellar engraving from 1790 by J.J. de Boissière.
Cognac in its purest form.
This is a WORLD CLASS Cognac. Delamain produces some of the finest Cognacs on the planet. The Vespers is no exception. With no additives (legal or otherwise) this is a work of art. One reviewer said the flavor was "muted." I can only assume that is because we have become accustomed to overly sweetened...
An old friend
This is a cognac that is like an old friend. But it is quite a long time since I tasted it last time. This cognac has a nice golden color. It is quite woody on the nose followed by leather and tobacco tones. It is delicate in the mouth. Fruity and spicy tones are occupying the mouth. This is a full-body...
An excellent change of pace
This isn't something I have been able to get in my area before - after a lot of consternation, I pulled the trigger and incredibly glad I did. The nose is sweet casually but when you take a solid whiff, you get some spice in there. It almost has a tobacco type of lingering scent, nearly a cologne...