If you like cognac, you need to buy a bottle of this for your collection and expand your cognac horizons.If you don’t normally drink cognac, try this one, it will change your mind.
A rare and different XO cgnac from a very distinctive growth area.
Definitely one of the better ‘value’ priced cognacs out there and great for mixing.
Decent well made cognac. For someone who doesn’t want the usual suspects in a VSOP
A very different but excellent XO cognac. Recommended for those who want something different but very nice.
Interesting for a bolder, mixing, cognac but pricey especially for 80 proof
Great for mixing or cooking.
A good serviceable cognac, but coasting on its marketing in the price/quality ratio.
Lovely, spare and understated but the next one down is half the price.
There are XO cognacs out there and then there is this. Makes the more well known XO cognacs pale by comparison.
One of the most challenging,complex and delightful bottles of cognac I have ever had.
Real balls in a velvet sack. A well made cognac that mixes well and stands up in a drink with overwhelming or unbalancing the cocktail.
Our personal choice for a VSOP Cognac – head and shoulders above the competition.
If you want an XO Cognac buy this one. Don’t bother with the others.
A very plush tasting mixing cognac.
Their youngest but exclusively Grande Champagne growth. One of the cognac houses in the highest quality/value ratings.
A very interesting example of a heretofore forgotten style of cognac with a much broader, weightier, and complex palette of flavors from the use of Banyul Casks for finishing.
Probably the best buy in their portfolio.
Can be found almost anywhere. Decent if a touch pricey to value.
A nicely spare vintage cognac with lots of oak and dried fruit.