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  1. Hermitage 1969 Petite Champagne Cognac

    One can easily forget that Petite Champagne cognacs can be as fine as those from the top cru Grande Champagne. The 1969 has aromas of straw, papaya and honey whilst the palate excels with pear, nutmeg, ginger, banana and saffron. This is an unusually fine, balanced and well aged cognac from the heart of Petite Champagne.

    Did you know?  In 1969 Neil Armstrong, aboard the Apollo 11 mission, became the first man to step foot on the moon with those immortal words “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Straw, papaya and honey
    Flavour:
    Flavour: The palate excels with pear, nutmeg, ginger, banana and saffron.
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    Excl. VAT: £403.25 Incl. VAT: £483.90

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    One can easily forget that Petite Champagne cognacs can be as fine as those from the top cru Grande Champagne. The 1969 has aromas of straw, papaya and honey whilst the palate excels with pear, nutmeg, ginger, banana and saffron. This is an unusually fine, balanced and well aged cognac from the heart of Petite Champagne.

    Did you know?  In 1969 Neil Armstrong, aboard the Apollo 11 mission, became the first man to step foot on the moon with those immortal words “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Straw, papaya and honey
    Flavour:
    Flavour: The palate excels with pear, nutmeg, ginger, banana and saffron.
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  2. Hermitage 1968 Petite Champagne Cognac

    The mid 1960s produced some excellent cognacs from Petite Champagne and this one is no exception. This is a lighter style cognac exhibiting many flavours which develop slowly but last well on the palate.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Needs to stand for a few minutes for the aromas to develop, they include hazelnuts, brioche, banana and gooseberries.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Roasted hazelnuts with brioche and a hint of lime. Develops with banana, blueberries and a hint of strawberries with the zest of lime influencing the tail.
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    Excl. VAT: £404.92 Incl. VAT: £485.90

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    The mid 1960s produced some excellent cognacs from Petite Champagne and this one is no exception. This is a lighter style cognac exhibiting many flavours which develop slowly but last well on the palate.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Needs to stand for a few minutes for the aromas to develop, they include hazelnuts, brioche, banana and gooseberries.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Roasted hazelnuts with brioche and a hint of lime. Develops with banana, blueberries and a hint of strawberries with the zest of lime influencing the tail.
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  3. Hermitage 1967 Petite Champagne Cognac

    Cognac Masters 2017 - Gold Award

    A little piece of Hermitage bliss, this complex cognac has many charming and attractive qualities. Mature, yet youthful and light, there are flavours of wild cherry, mangosteen, toast, muscat, dried fig, allspice and even a hint of turmeric on the tail.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Toffee and toast aromas on the nose but also sandalwood, honeysuckle and wild cherry.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Wild cherry, mangosteen, toast, muscat, dried fig, allspice and even a hint of turmeric on the tail.
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    Excl. VAT: £406.58 Incl. VAT: £487.90

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    Cognac Masters 2017 - Gold Award

    A little piece of Hermitage bliss, this complex cognac has many charming and attractive qualities. Mature, yet youthful and light, there are flavours of wild cherry, mangosteen, toast, muscat, dried fig, allspice and even a hint of turmeric on the tail.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Toffee and toast aromas on the nose but also sandalwood, honeysuckle and wild cherry.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Wild cherry, mangosteen, toast, muscat, dried fig, allspice and even a hint of turmeric on the tail.
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We make no pretence, Hermitage single estate cognacs are the very finest available in the world today. Years of research has identified distillers who are able to combine the specific viticulture, viniculture and complex ageing procedures required to produce exceptional cognacs of distinctive character.  Our understanding and synergy with these highly individual producers has created pure cognacs of great maturity and finesse unlike more commercial cognacs that use additives to conceal their young ages and aggressive character.

Our unique position enables us to concentrate on these very special nectars, many of which have laid in cellars for decades, rather than the more commercial and larger quantities required by the big houses such as Hennessy, Courvoisier, Martell et al. Cognac houses such as these will blend thousands of young brandies together to create the generic VS, VSOP and XO titles. Hermitage Cognacs are the result of very specific distillation qualities and long, careful ageing in oak casks, from a single estate producer.

Our commitment to locating exceptional cognacs has been recognized in the multiple awards received by Hermitage Cognacs. These prestigious cognacs can be found in some of the most famous bars and restaurants in the world, having carved an enviable reputation in the luxury cognac market for producing distinctive, rare and sought after vintages of exceptional individuality and quality.

"Superb cognac from one of our favourite independent bottlers of brandy"  Hedonism Wines, Mayfair.

"Hermitage Cognac is dedicated to ferreting out rare, single-estate cognacs from under-the-radar producers ........ if you want to witness how beautifully a cognac can age, Hermitage is the place to go."  Alice Lascelles, Financial Times