The blend is made from Cognacs, mostly Grande Champagne, on average 15 to 30 years old, with some up to 50 years of age. The liqueur will acquire its full intensity and opulence after a minimum ageing of 3 years in oak vats.
Beautiful, reddish-gold with light amber on the rim.
Rich nose of aged cognac with background notes of cocoa, cinnamon and other spices.
Macerated bitter orange flavours enriched by notes of coffee, honey, bitter almonds and spices.
The finish is long and complex.
"Best Liqueur" and "Double Gold Medal" at the 2005 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
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