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  1. Hermitage 1918 Grande Champagne Cognac
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    A quite remarkable cognac from an old cellar in Juillac le Coq. Distilled over a century ago, it comes from the same cellars as another superb Hermitage cognac from 1914.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Hay, leather, sandalwood and fresh pineapple.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This is a really fine cognac displaying many characteristic qualities of the period. Flavours of allspice, ginger and white truffle followed by a dry, citrus peel finih.
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    Excl. VAT: £975.35 Incl. VAT: £1,170.42

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    A quite remarkable cognac from an old cellar in Juillac le Coq. Distilled over a century ago, it comes from the same cellars as another superb Hermitage cognac from 1914.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Hay, leather, sandalwood and fresh pineapple.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This is a really fine cognac displaying many characteristic qualities of the period. Flavours of allspice, ginger and white truffle followed by a dry, citrus peel finih.
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  2. Croizet 1914 Grande Champagne Cognac

    Produced from Croizet's predominantly Grande Champagne vineyards, the 1914 was one of their most highly acclaimed vintages. It is thought that only one barrel was produced so it is in extremely limited supply.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Croizet were highly regarded at the turn of the century and the 1914 has aged for many years in their cellars. There are wonderful aromas of dried walnuts and tobacco with hints of orange peel and rich madeira rancio.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This is a cognac to be savoured. There is a powerful richness that combines with the roasted nut and toast flavours and develops into a citric grapefruit peel finish on the palate.
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    Excl. VAT: £727.65 Incl. VAT: £873.18

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    Produced from Croizet's predominantly Grande Champagne vineyards, the 1914 was one of their most highly acclaimed vintages. It is thought that only one barrel was produced so it is in extremely limited supply.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Croizet were highly regarded at the turn of the century and the 1914 has aged for many years in their cellars. There are wonderful aromas of dried walnuts and tobacco with hints of orange peel and rich madeira rancio.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This is a cognac to be savoured. There is a powerful richness that combines with the roasted nut and toast flavours and develops into a citric grapefruit peel finish on the palate.
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  3. Hermitage 1914 Borderies Cognac

    Cognac Masters 2012 - Master Award

    This exceptionally rare and sought after cognac was found in an old cellar to the north of Cognac. We were lucky in obtaining a complete bonbonne for bottling. Just don’t hang about, this is not going to last.

    "My most prized bottle is a 1914 Cognac Hermitage Borderies which has an incredible spectrum of flavours, from toffee to walnuts." Olly Smith, Journalist & TV Presenter

    Aroma:
    Aroma: There is an aroma of rich pineapple syrup and Turkish coffee with nutmeg
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Burnt sugar and toffee with a hint of chocolate and brazil nuts. This has all the true characteristics of a true Borderies cognac and shows an intense Rancio. The balance is extraordinarily fine and leaves a highly rich and flavoursome cognac
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    Excl. VAT: £986.69 Incl. VAT: £1,184.03

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    Cognac Masters 2012 - Master Award

    This exceptionally rare and sought after cognac was found in an old cellar to the north of Cognac. We were lucky in obtaining a complete bonbonne for bottling. Just don’t hang about, this is not going to last.

    "My most prized bottle is a 1914 Cognac Hermitage Borderies which has an incredible spectrum of flavours, from toffee to walnuts." Olly Smith, Journalist & TV Presenter

    Aroma:
    Aroma: There is an aroma of rich pineapple syrup and Turkish coffee with nutmeg
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Burnt sugar and toffee with a hint of chocolate and brazil nuts. This has all the true characteristics of a true Borderies cognac and shows an intense Rancio. The balance is extraordinarily fine and leaves a highly rich and flavoursome cognac
    Learn More

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