Cognac/Brandy-Imported

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  1. Patou VSOP

    Patou VSOP

    $8.94

    Size 050ML


    Demanding in its creation, yet immediate in its tasting, Patou V.S.O.P. maintains its unique style across time. As a reflection of Patou know how, Patou V.S.O.P.'s personality is the result of carefully selecting some of the most expressive and distinctive. Learn More
  2. Je Suis Cognac VS

    Je Suis Cognac VS

    $12.94

    Size 200ML


    Only the types of brandy made from grapes grown in a specific area around the town of Cognac (near the Atlantic seaboard just north of Bordeaux) can label themselves Cognac. Historically, the wine made from grapes grown in this region was inferior and most of it was distilled to produce an alcohol used to fortify other liquors. In France brandy is called eau-de-vie, a designation that includes any fermented juice that has been distilled. Most frequently this will be grape juice, but eau-de-vie can be made from apple juice, pear juice, and other fruit juices. The French also consider alcohols such as vodka (which is made from fermented potatoes) and grain alcohols to be eaux-de-vie. Learn More
  3. Gautier VSOP

    Gautier VSOP

    $17.94

    Size 375ML


    your eye can judge the inimitable amber depth, smoothness and clarity of the Cognac in the transparency of your glass. Moving on to smell, bring your nose gently over your glass and you will detect the first volatile notes of the Cognac. Then turn your glass slightly in your hand to oxygenate its contents – this is when the full aroma is released. You can distinguish floral or fruity notes such as dried lime blossom, vine flower, dried vine shoot, pressed grape, violet, vanilla… this is the “second nose”. Aromas that are transformed and intensified through the cask ageing process. the taste will only confirm your first impressions. The Cognac reveals its full identity on contact with the tongue and the palate: its roundness, mellowness, smoothness, finesse, lightness, astringency, harmony… all sensations that allow you to recognise and appreciate your favourite Cognac. The aromas of a good Cognac persist a long time in the mouth. Learn More

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