This blend comes from Ferrand’s impressive library of eaux-de-vie, including a portion from 1914 – a historically significant vintage for being the first made entirely by the women of the estate, the men having gone to fight in the war. The complexity on the nose is quite mind-boggling, with layers of dried figs, wood and sweet spices, coffee grounds and crushed peppercorns. The palate is round and slightly oily, coating the mouth with notes of spiced plum, dried figs, raisins and cinnamon. There are vibrant and lifting citrus fruits like blood orange and lemon. One of the finest Cognacs I have ever tasted, this is simply stunning.
Paul Keating - Account Manager
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