It is rare to find cognacs from the Fins Bois in the Hermitage range but this one is special. Aged for more than 40 years in old cellars, this cognac has a complexity of flavours which include biscuits, butter, honey, cinnamon, marmalade and rich fruit cake to finish.
|Aroma||Sweet spices. dried flowers, biscuits, butter, honey, butterscotch and marmalade.|
|Ageing||Medium damp cellars in 350 litre oak casks.|
|Distillation||Alembic Charentais Cognac Still|
|Flavour||Rich buttery biscuits. butterscotch, cinnamon and marmalade with a fruit cake finish.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc.|
|Reduction and Strength||A minute quantity of distilled water used to assist balance.|
|Viticulture||The Santonian chalk layers in the soil are rather more compacted that those around the town of Cognac resulting in more floral and nutty cognac aromas.|