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Fussigny’s XO is a Grande and Petite Champagne blended cognac. It consists of at least 50% Grande Champagne eau-de-vie. A. de Fussigny’s distilling methods are traditional. The humid cellars of A. de Fussigny are ideal for aging cognac, as they are situated by the banks of the river of Charente, in the cognac region. This kind of storage enhances aromas to where they are supposed to be, giving this cognac a fine and exquisite taste. Like all other Fussigny Cognacs, the A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne is aged either in Tronconnais casks or Limousin oak barrels.

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Brillet Tres Rare Grande Siecle Unique

Submitted by on April 7, 2013 – 12:06 pmNo Comment

When it’s gone, it’s gone…
A few Brillet Tres Rare Grande Siecle Unique called “ladies johns” are still available for sale for some “happy few” very fortunate!

Unique by name and unique by nature, the eaux-de-vie in this blend are from the early 1900s. There’s only a few barrels left in Brillet Cognac cellars, so grab the chance to purchase while it’s still available.

Small batch homogeneous and exceptionally rare naturally and patiently aged in Limousin oak barrels up to the peak of maturity before being carefully preserved in 25 liter carboys ladies . Temperament and the opulence of the great Cognac reflects the extraordinary quality of distilled spirits in the early twentieth century.

Tasting: High degree of rancio. Incomparable wealth of length. Tasting incomparable qualities. While delicacy, finesse and softness with extreme persistence aromas of flowers not to be missed if you can afford it! It is unfortunately very difficult to find such a gem in the future.

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