A reader has two mini cognac bottles of Rémy Martin Fine Champagne VSOP Cognac at home.
The bottle is located in I have both of them. The Reader writes “Found these two mini bottles in my great grandfathers belongings after he passed away. He was a courier in the war in Germany. “

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“Both mini bottles”

The label reads: Remy Martin
Fine Champagne Cognac
3cl Cognac France 40% vol

Code on the label
EF 328 A 77

Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: No

remy martin vsop

How has the bottle been stored:

  • I don’t know

Some more information about the bottle:

  • Everythings seems fine
remy martin vsop

The level of the cognac: High shoulder or top shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the upper curve of the shoulder

Our reader would like to sell these mini bottles of Rémy Martin Fine Champagne VSOP Cognac.

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    Johan Claeson

    Dear Cognac Friend!
    Sorry to make You slightly disappointed.
    Are these bottles really from the second world war? Looks newer to me. Anyway they are charming souvernirs from times gone by…
    Keep them as a memory of Your Great Grandfather and DO NOT open them. I have opened several miniature bottles from the sixties and seventies and some of them did not taste good. I do not know why.
    Yours sincerely
    Johan Claeson

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    John Walker

    Cognac team. Not quite sure how I came across this, but couldn’t help commenting.

    I am totally surprised at Cognac Expert listing these mini bottles without noting that they are indeed bottles from the 80s. Screw caps came in in the 60s and the description of alcohol and volume on the label is much more recent than that. I recognise the labels to be much more recent too.
    They will be drinkable, contrary to a previous comment, but they will not give the same quality as that of cognac cellared in a larger format. i.e. bottle, litre, magnum.

    Larger formats from the 60s/70s/80s I can recommend are drinking very well right now!

    Sincerely Johnnie Walker
    (Whisky by name, Cognac by nature)

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