Said by Benoit Fil, Martell’s Cellar Master, to be a ‘tribute to the essence of the vine,’ and this is definitely shown in the creation on front of the simplistic bottle.
It’s recommended to be drunk neat, on the rocks, or mixed with a dash of spring water.
We’ve not yet had the chance to taste it. But the tasting notes from Martell say that the nose is of candied fruits, spice and exotic delights. On the palate it starts off with a generous touch on the senses, quickly giving way to a round, sensuous taste. The finish is long, with hints of spice and citrus.
Once we find out more about the Martell Distinction Cognac, such as the price for a bottle, we’ll be sure to let you know.
Find out more about Martell Cognac here.