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The nose of this Cognac reveals a powerful bouquet and rich woody aromas that are layered with touches of cinnamon and floral notes. Distinctively and unexpectedly smooth, the palate shows spices, almond and cinnamon, and subtle accents of honey and dried fruits on the finish. Naturally aged at least four and a half years in the cellars of France’s Château de Cognac, this spirit emerges as a bold, full-bodied blend. It’s best enjoyed neat or on the rocks, but can be mixed in cocktails like the classic Sidecar.
About the Producer
D’Ussé Cognac was launched in 2012. It is crafted at the Château de Cognac, one of the oldest Cognac houses in France, which has a two hundred year legacy in blending some of the world’s finest spirits. The Château’s proximity to the River Charente results in two climates within its walls: a humid cellar that gives fruity, floral notes, and a dry cellar that brings out the woody, spicy flavors of the cognac.