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Prunier X.O. Cognac, France (750 ml) Pierre Ferrand Abel Grande Champagne Cognac (750 ml) A. Hardy Noces De Diamant Grande Champagne Cognac (750 ml)
Prunier XO Cognac is a very old Grande Champagne Cognac crafted from a blend of old cognacs of different styles and characters, some up to 50 years old. After distillation, it is matured for a minimum of 20 years and offers a bold and robust flavor profile, with notes of citrus and vanilla, candied oranges, honeyed oak, spice, vanilla and caramel on the palate with a long and slightly sweet finish.
This is a brandy with a dark side, featuring intense, sticky-sweet notes of cola, allspice, clove and toffee, with some alcohol warmth on the finish. The concentrated nature of this Cognac would make it a match for equally intense chocolaty desserts.
Topaz color. Opening bouquet is compelling as biscuity, spicy, botanical waves of black pepper, milk chocolate and oaky vanilla vie for dominance; bouquet turns fruity, ripe, mildly spirity and leathery later on. Palate entry is firmly structured, candied, grapy and appropriately woody-resiny; midpalate is rich, grapy, honeyed, marzipan-like and nougaty. Aftertaste is ripely sweet. Loved it from start to finish.
Louis XIII de Remy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac NV (1.75 Liter)
WE 90-95

The aroma features fig, prune, pastry dough, honey and maple scents. On palate, Louis XIII offers long and intensely woody flavors; additional layers of flavor, including figs, dates, prunes, dried apricot and vanilla, are featured at midpalate. Finishes elegantly, warm, smooth and more oaky than fruity succulent.