This silky-textured cellar master's selection is composed of mature eaux-de-vie, which sublimate all the complexity and richness of aromas.
"An exotic bouquet of vanilla and crème brûlée, aromas of candied orange and hints of iris, all these flavors combine to stimulate the senses." Patrice Pinet, Cellar Master
Crème brûlée: the meticulous burning of the barrels gives the cognac notes of vanilla and caramel, which evolve over time to evoke the delicious scent of a crème brûlée.
Candied orange: after several years of aging in oak barrels, the Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie develop a sweet aroma of candied orange.
Iris: the iris scent, characteristic of cognacs from the Borderies, is enhanced by the aging, which takes place in damp cellars.
Courvoisier is a brand of cognac founded in Jarnac in 1836. In 1869, Napoleon III awarded it the title of "Official Supplier to the Imperial Court". The certificate is displayed in the Courvoisier Museum in Jarnac, alongside other Napoleonic objects. The brand is now owned by the Beam Suntory Group.