Soon it’s November and it is getting col outside. At least in France. And Christmas and New Years is building up. This is why we came up with a Top 7 list for winter cognacs: For the end of 2011 and of course the beginning of 2012. This articles is not yet our New Years and Christmas list with present ideas or highly rare and expensive cognacs – that one is still to come.
The price range of this list is from € 20 to € 100, so if you would like to buy a “winter-cognac” for New Years or Christmas then have a look at some rather sweet and caramel-driven cognacs.
In winter we like rather sweeter things such as cookies, a good rum with sugar and milk and all kind of things.
1. Remy Martin Coeur de Cognac
A rather sweet cognac with lots of fruits. Price tag: 68 €
Learn more about vsop-cognac/remy-martin-vsop-cognac-coeur-de-cognac-fine-champagne” target=”_self”>Rémy Martin Coeur de Cognac
A caramel intense cognac that goes well with a cigar. Price tag: 85 €
Read details about Gautier XO Cigar Cognac
3. Jules Gautret VSOP Cognac
This young cognac, a VSOP from Jules Gautret is a rather sweet cognac, with hints of caramel. The price tag is 35 €.
Read more about Jules Gautret VSOP
4. Hennessy VSOP Fine de Cognac and Tea
Spiced tea and VSOP Cognac from Hennessy. A good winter mix. The price of a Hennessy Fine de Cognac with cocktails recepies « Fine de Cognac & Thé » is at 45 €, if you want the carafe decanter limited edition with an infuser by Mathieu Lehanneur you’d need to pay 250 €.
Learn more about Hennessy Fine de Cognac and tea special edition.
A very young Cognac, where the youngest cognac in the blend is at least 2 years old. The cognac presents quite some caramel notes on the nose and on the palate – at a very competitive price: 18 – 25€.
Read more about Cognac Salignac VS
6. Prunier XO Très Vieille Grande Champagne
Read more about this XO from Prunier.
7. Birkedal Hartmann Halfdan Gammel Cognac
A rather sweet, extra old cognac – with a solid and reasonable punch. Presents a good harmony. Price is at a fair 65 €
Read more about Birkedal Hartmann’s Halfdan Gammel Cognac
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