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January 18, 2012 – 11:52 pm |

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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Hennessy Paradis Cognac

May 10, 2013 – 6:13 pm |

“Straight from Paradise”
An excellent Cognac, as you’d expect from Hennessy. Presented in a delightful decanter, this is a blend of over 100 different eaux-de-vie, the oldest dating back to 1880.
This Hennessy Paradis Cognac is gold …

Hennessy – XO

January 4, 2011 – 2:37 am |

We haven’t reviewed Hennessy XO Cognac, but the company states:
“Hennessy XO is a blend of about 100 old eaux-de-vie from Cognac’s finest growing regions, carefully matured in our cellars.”
Have you tried this cognac? Please submit …

Hennessy – Privilege

January 4, 2011 – 2:36 am | 7 Comments

We haven’t reviewed Hennessy Privilege Cognac, but the company states:
“Hennessy Privilege is an accomplished blend of around 60 different eaux-de-vie selected from the four best growing areas of the Cognac region.”
Have you tried this cognac? …

Hennessy – Black

January 4, 2011 – 2:33 am | One Comment

We haven’t reviewed Hennessy Black Cognac, but the company states:
“Hennessy Black is a blend of 35 to 45 unique pale and gold colored eaux-de-vie selected for their elegant floral characteristics. These eaux-de-vie are then aged …

Hennessy – V.S.

February 16, 2008 – 12:34 pm | 5 Comments

Hennessy is an old name in Cognac, and their upper-end products are worthy of the name, but they should probably not be attaching it to this cognac.