Categoría: X.O. & Hors d'âge Cognacs
Producto de: France
In celebration of the brand’s Tricentenary, Martell has created a unique blend of 3 exceptional eaux-de-vie; a 1957 Grande Champagne, a 1982 Fins Bois and a 1979 Borderies, each representing a different century of Martel’s history according to its aromatic profile. Just 3,000 bottles were released.Seguir leyendo
Probado el 04/05/2015
Clear, golden amber.
Floral lavender, ripe passion fruit, blackcurrant and old walnuts with beeswax, honey and dried apricot.
Blackened Christmas cake, dried fruit, sweet spice, walnuts, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Very long. Tropical fruit and spice. Fades with wonderful passion fruit notes.
The three eaux-de-vie used in this blend were aged in very old casks, so the wood influence is very subtle, allowing flavours of exotic fruit to shine. The elegant understated packaging, the concept for the blend, the use of three very rare and exceptional eaux-de-vie and its fabulous rich, ripe passion fruit notes all combine to make this the best cognac I have ever had the pleasure to sample.