Pierre Ferrand 1840 Cognac

Grand Cru Cognac crafted by award winning master distiller extrodinaire - Alexandre Gabriel.

$99.99
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Lunn Ave Superstore Medium
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Further Information

Brand Maison Ferrand
Region Cognac
Varietal Cognac
Size 700ml
Alcohol % 45.0%
Country France

Description

"In the nineteenth century when the modern art of the bar was born, no spirit was more prized for mixing drinks than Cognac. Ferrand 1840 Original Formula represents our attempt to recreate the kind of Cognac pioneers of the bar such as Jerry Thomas, Harry Johnson and Leo Engel would have used in their Juleps Cocktails, Crustas and Punchers. Modelled on an impossibly rare 1840 bottle of Pinet Castillon Cognac, 1840 Ferrand employs nineteenth century blending techniques to create a Cognac that is rich, concentrated and highly mixable, in the 1840 style". The colour is burnished amber/gold, the nose is grapey, floral and complex, accented with meadow flowers and notes of acacia tree blossom and a bracing hint of cedar. The palate is warm, viscous and lush with the softest fruit notes, accentuated with finest vanilla. The finish is long, complex and contemplative, showing lashings of honey and spice. A cognac that could only be crafted by the famous Alexandre Gabriel with grapes from the best Grande Champagne appellation in Cognac.

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