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  1. Hermitage 1958 Borderies Cognac

    Cognac Masters 2018 - Gold Medal

    Borderies is the smallest cru of Cognac but produces some of the nicest flavours, especially amongst the older cognacs from the region. This has flavours of cashew nuts, raisins, medlars and cinnamon and there is a good rancio from more than 40 years of barrel ageing.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Juniper berries, roast pheasant skin, cashew nuts and dried hay with a hint of mace and other dried spices.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Rich flavours of stewed plums, dried currants, medlars, cashew nuts and cinnamon.
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    Excl. VAT: £446.47 Incl. VAT: £535.76

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    Cognac Masters 2018 - Gold Medal

    Borderies is the smallest cru of Cognac but produces some of the nicest flavours, especially amongst the older cognacs from the region. This has flavours of cashew nuts, raisins, medlars and cinnamon and there is a good rancio from more than 40 years of barrel ageing.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Juniper berries, roast pheasant skin, cashew nuts and dried hay with a hint of mace and other dried spices.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Rich flavours of stewed plums, dried currants, medlars, cashew nuts and cinnamon.
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  2. Le Burguet 1865
    The Le Burguet cellars were owned by Alexandre Guignot and his partner Alexandre Petit and were located close to the town of Cognac. The cognacs from this region have quite a rich, nutty flavour. This rare and valuable find is a splendid example of one of the earliest we have found from this area, which is today known as Borderies. We believe that there may be another 9 of these bottles available but at present we only have two in our stock.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This cognac comes from the region to the north of Cognac, which today we call the Borderies, and which gives the cognac a rich,nutty flavour.
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    Excl. VAT: £5,525.00 Incl. VAT: £6,630.00

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    The Le Burguet cellars were owned by Alexandre Guignot and his partner Alexandre Petit and were located close to the town of Cognac. The cognacs from this region have quite a rich, nutty flavour. This rare and valuable find is a splendid example of one of the earliest we have found from this area, which is today known as Borderies. We believe that there may be another 9 of these bottles available but at present we only have two in our stock.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This cognac comes from the region to the north of Cognac, which today we call the Borderies, and which gives the cognac a rich,nutty flavour.
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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
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  4. Cognac Moyet 1842
    Euthrope Moyet was a wine grower and collector of old brandies who set up his business making cognacs in St Sulpice in what is today known as the Borderies cru. These old bottles are hand made and the volumes vary, using our experience we estimate this one to be 90cl.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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    Excl. VAT: £5,145.00 Incl. VAT: £6,174.00

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    Euthrope Moyet was a wine grower and collector of old brandies who set up his business making cognacs in St Sulpice in what is today known as the Borderies cru. These old bottles are hand made and the volumes vary, using our experience we estimate this one to be 90cl.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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  5. Ordonneau 25 Year Old Tres Vielle Reserve Borderies Cognac

    A good cognac with lots of rich nutty qualities. It is a good example of what can be achieved from the smallest of the crus.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Burnt sugar, sultanas and walnuts
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Raisins, plums and butterscotch. This is a magnificent cognac with character and depth of flavour but without any harshness. A ladies cognac.
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    Excl. VAT: £68.33 Incl. VAT: £82.00

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    A good cognac with lots of rich nutty qualities. It is a good example of what can be achieved from the smallest of the crus.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Burnt sugar, sultanas and walnuts
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Raisins, plums and butterscotch. This is a magnificent cognac with character and depth of flavour but without any harshness. A ladies cognac.
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