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Introducing: Maison 1719 Cognac

We’re pleased to introduce an interesting, yet so far unknown cognac house to our readers: Maison 1719. As the name suggest, the house was founded at the beginning of 18th century, in the village of Touzac by one Pierre-Philippe Joubert. Artisanal approach & tradition The concept behind Maison 1719 Cognac is based on remaining true…

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Review: Martell Caractère

Some time ago we reported about the Martell Caractère, a new blend by Martell  that’s being launched only in California, USA. And now we’ve had the chance to taste it, with the following results. Product notes The first thing you’re confronted with is the bottle: a slim design, but somewhat keen and bold – apparently a reference to…

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Don Henny’s Hennessy VSOP Grande Reserve Review

This is Don Henny writing on Cognac-Expert.com Read all Don Henny articles Hi guys, they call me Don Henny because I love Hennessy. Sophie & Max offered me to write something about my Hennessy collection, and here I come. The first Cognac I’d like to write about today is.. a VSOP from the house of…

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Rémy Martin XO Excellence Review: Taste, Price and Value

Here comes a review about a well known Fine Champagne XO, probably one of the most popular in the world: The deep rich tones of Remy Martin XO Excellence catch the light as it twinkles through the cognac glass.  But do the promised delights live up to the expectations on actual tasting? Buy for $…

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Review Bache Gabrielsen Pure & Rustic Borderies 1995

Valentin and a small group of cognac lovers taste and write reviews for Cognac-Expert.com – today: Review and tasting of Bache Gabrielsen « Pure & Rustic » Borderies 1995: Single Cru, Single Estate, Vintage. The eye is clear and golden pale. The first nose of vegetable nature is unveils, to ether, to form a certain…

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Hennessy Black Cognac Review and Price

We finally had the opportunity to taste the “Black Henny”. And no, the Cognac itself is not black. Hennessy Cognac launched a major new product for the first time since 1961 in a big market. And as Hennessy has perfectly understood which relevance the American market has, they called the bottle ‘Black’. In 1961 the…

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Courvoisier XO Imperial: Bottle review

„This was my second XO cognac fully consumed and it tasted excellent. Unbelievable aftertaste and pretty long finish. It fills my mouth so full with smooth vanilla. The longer it gets air, the better it tastes. It truly is...“

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Rémy Martin XO Excellence Review: Taste, Price and Value

„Oval red box = 1964 to 1968 In 1961-1963 the boxes were beige/white cardboard - gold trim and "silk" interior. in 1969 the boxes went to red octagonal style. A bottle in an oval red box should not have a serial number......“

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Rémy Martin XO Excellence Review: Taste, Price and Value

„My brother has an unopened Louis XIII bottle still in cellophane and in a red velvet box. The top of the bottle has a serial #754. and is round in shape not like the newer tops. The bottle itself, as I have said, is still in...“

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Rémy Martin XO Excellence Review: Taste, Price and Value

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Hine Rare Fine Champagne VSOP: Bottle Review

„Hello...I have a bottle of Hine Antique Tres Rare Fine Champagne 70cl. Underneath the back label it is printed on the bottle....L4 23012. It has not been opened and still has the shrink-wrap seal on the cap. It was purchased...“

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The most expensive Cognac in the world: Beauté du Siècle

„PS: I forgot something: We always talk about what we know. But there once was a Clos de Griffier 1738 which was sold without an auction. I am sure someone paid more than 25.000 Euro because this is until now the oldest...“