Napoleon Cognac

Legend has it that on his way to the island of St. Helena, Napoleon took cases of Courvoisier Cognac with him; the crew named the cognac "Napoleon's Cognac".

A "Napoleon" is at least six years old, for the youngest brandy in its blend. It can also be marked "Très Vieille Réserve", "Très Vieux", "Héritage", "Très Rare", "Excellence" and "Suprême". A Napoleon cognac is older than a VSOP, and its aromas reflect the maturity of its eaux-de-vie. The average age can reach 15 or 20 years for some producers.

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