The House of Jules Robin goes back to around 1760 when the firm started producing fine cognacs in the Charente and selling them around the area. The firm was sold to Martell in 1964 along with another famous name, Briand. The bottles are attractive with the vintage printed in the glass. These old bottles are hand made and the volumes vary, using our experience we estimate this one to be 80cl.
|Distillation||These cognacs would have been distilled on the folle grape variety. There is very little knowledge of the stills or indeed how they were aged but it is most likely that the process would have been rather less sophisticated than we distil today.|
|Flavour||A dried hazelnut, walnut and leather flavour consistent with cognacs of this period.|