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Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac (700ml)
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- ABV 40%
Edouard Martell first bottled Cordon Bleau in 1912. Golden copper in colour with a floral and spicy nose. The palate is rich in fruit and wood with a lingering, delicate aftertaste. A classic, impressive cognac but arguably over priced in relation to other products on the market.
Tasting note: Bouquet is semisweet and prune-like; several minutes of aeration unleashes much deeper scents of honeydew melon, cantaloupe, roasted almonds and apple butter. The palate entry is full bodied, generous and sweet; at midpalate, the flavor profile turns satiny as scintillating tastes of black cherry, black coffee and Macadamia nut blanket the tongue. Aftertaste is extended, smoky and luscious. Rating: 90-95
- tasting note sourced from www.wineenthusiast.com
SOME NOTES ON HOW TO BEST ENJOY YOUR COGNAC.
In France, cognac is served mainly after dinner as a digestive and has always been a perfect Christmas gift for all fathers. The French will be surprised to know that the Americans drink cognac as a long drink, mixed with soda water or fruit juices. This way of consumption goes back in fact to the very origin of cognac. It is only in the 70's that French people stopped to drink cognac mixed with water and began to drink it only as a digestive. However, the 'Charentais' -the people from the cognac area- always kept this tradition or habit of drinking cognac mixed, often with tonic water. Cognac is highly popular and trendy in the United States or in the United Kingdom. In Asia, cognac is very often served during the meals instead of wine, and is a perfect gift, symbol of generosity and good taste.
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