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1840 cognac offers ripe, juicy grapes to the nose, accented with meadow flowers, notes of acacia tree blossom and a bracing hint of cedar.
On the palate, it’s warm with fruit notes yet still very clean. The finish shows lots of honey and spice.

Finalist  -“Excellent, Highly Recommended” –  94 points, Ultimate Spirit Challenge 2012


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“Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is a special cognac in a class all its own. It was created in honor of the year that the royal recognition of excellence was given to Remy Martin by the King of France. Blended and aged according to the expert craftsmanship that so pleased the royal palate, Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal embodies the finest traditions of cognac making. A cognac that uniquely honors one of the highest marks of recognition, 1738 Accord Royal is a cognac of exquisite, robust and rich taste.”


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Region: Poitou-Charentes.

If you prefer robust, elegant and complex Cognac, you’ve found your spirit muse. Aromas of nuts, spice and beeswax transition into an overwhelming palate of dried fruits, roasted coffee, chocolate and candied orange peel to create a Cognac of truly grand character and purity. With three generations of Cognac production behind this bottle, you just can’t argue with the greatness of family tradition!

Awards: Médaille d’argent (Silver Medal), 1st prize of the gastronomic press in 2008 in Segonzac, Saveur d’Argent (Silver Flavour) Poitou-Charentes 2008, chosen by the 2010 Hachette guide, Saveur d’Argent (Silver Flavour) Poitou-Charentes 2010 Ideal, you can enjoy it in a large balloon or tulip glass, or after coffee in your still-warm cup.


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25 year-old Reserve Familiale:

This cognac has the deep color of mahogany. The nose, subtle and long, introduces the aroma of quince, candied-mandarin and roasted coffee.
On the palate, one finds full-bodied harmony between the richness of the cognac, the balanced alcohol and the aromas.
This is a very pleasing cognac which, after having lovingly warmed in your hand, goes on to develop aromas of pear, apple and the elegant quince. A gem from Fins Bois.
For those who prefer: older cognacs with rich, round, dark-roasted flavors and sophisticated candied fruit sweetness.

The Fevrier property is situated in Macqueville in the Fins Bois cru, 10 miles from the town of Cognac. The soil is predominantly clay and limestone with an ideal sun exposure. For three generations, the Fevrier family has cultivated and produced their cognacs in the purest tradition. With 19 hectares 47 acres of vines, their cognac is fruity, round and smooth, giving it the quintessential characteristics of a Fins Bois cognac.


Martell Cordon Bleu is the cognac for true connoisseurs and has acquired legendary status since its creation by Edouard Martell in 1912. Its distinctive taste, characterised by a predominance of eaux-de-vie from the Borderies growth, and its timeless bottle design make it a classic unequalled in the world of cognac.
An explosion of deliciously fruited, spice notes. Elegance linked to aromatic richness.

Aspect: Deep, golden copper.

Nose: Orchard fruits : Crystallised plums and apples. Roasted notes : Mocha coffee, toasted almonds, vetiver. Rich spice aromas : Cinnamon, orange tree flower, honey and beeswax.

Mouthfeel: Well-rounded mellowness.Sustained finish with fruit and spice notes.
The preponderance of Borderies eaux-de-vie gives Martell Cordon Bleu an elegant, mellow and complex character.


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Aged for 18 years. Situated in Cherac in the heart of the Borderies cru, the Grateaud family has been passing on the art of cognac-making from father to son for five generations.

The nose is subtle with evolved aromas of rancio, wood and violets. The floral tones in particular more complex, with the addition of wildflower honey . Still very pure and aromatic.

On the palate, the attack is sweet and fruity while the middle is marked by mellow alcohol, deep flavor and roundness.

The finish delivers mild and pleasing tannins. This is also a cognac that shows off the floral characteristics of the Borderies cru; the floral notes here have evolved with honey-like distinction.
For those who prefer: the power and complexity of older cognac with a more velvety, honey-like attack.

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