Sidecar-esque with zesty citrus tartness.
Bittersweet with zesty citrus, rich sherry, cognac and faint herbal Chartreuse.
Despite the name, this Old Fashioned style drink is more fruity and nutty than it is woody, but it’s tasty all the same.
Best made using Martell Cordon Blue as per the original recipe, this is a dry boozy sipper with faint floral and chocolate notes. Perhaps forgo the grated chocolate garnish in...
Wonderfully delicate. Mint gives subtle freshness to the classic port and brandy combo.
Cognac, amaretto and amaro aromatised with vanilla bitters and Islay single malt.
This very serious Negroni has great depth of flavour with mocha coffee and bitter gentian.
Dry, fortified champers with a hint of apple.
Both fresh and refreshing. A subtle hint of peppermint gives zing to this cognac-based cocktail.
A boozy brandy influenced wet, sweet Martini with a hint of orange. Only discerning drinkers need apply. Those after sweet, less challenging drinks should refrain.
Tangy citrus fruit and cognac smoothed with a hint of vanilla.
A fabulous drink, especially when VEP Chartreuse, family reserve cognac and 20 year old tawny port are used as per the original Starlight Room recipe.
This mustard coloured, medium dry, cognac-based drink harnesses the uniquely herbal edge of Bénédictine.
Cognac freshened and flavoured with Mastiha, Fernet Branca and chocolate bitters.
Honeyed and spiced cognac.
A crowd pleasing cognac-based cocktail – will appeal to the many and upset few – with the monastic herbal complexity of Bénédictine with rich black raspberry, topped and...
Zesty orange and cognac with orange curd contributing a creamy mouthfeel.
Sweet and sour and flavoured exactly as the name suggests.
Martell's ‘Very Special’ cognac was created in the middle of the 19th century and is one of the most recognisable bottles in the world. It is blended
Created in 1912 by Edouard Martell and first launched at the renowned Hôtel de Paris in Monaco. Cordon Bleu was the first post-phylloxera cognac to be
Martell first developed its ‘Extra Old' in 1819. It is a blend of eaux-de-vie aged between 15 and 35 years old with more than 150 different eaux-de-vie
Launched in 1874, the label of Martel's 'Very Superior Old Pale' cognac bears a gold medallion engraved with a portrait of Louis XIV, in the last year
Produced in very limited quantities for sale at the brand’s visitor centre, this 100% Borderies cognac commemorates Château de Chanteloup, the historic
Relaunched in August 2006 and packaged in a sleek, shapely, contemporary bottle, the name Noblige is a reference to the old French saying “Noblesse Oblige”,
Launched in 2007 in a distinctive triple arched shaped bottle designed by Serge Mansau, Martell Création Grand Extra marries the fresh, fruity notes of
Launched in 1992, L’Or de Jean Martell is packaged in a hand-blown crystal decanter with hand-painted shoulders and gold plated stopper. The waves on
Launched in March 2012, Chanteloup Perspective is blended from Cognac’s four main growth areas, or 'crus': Grande and Petite Champagne, Fins Bois and
Released in 2015 to celebrate Martell’s 300th anniversary, a limited edition Martell Tricentenary blend packaged in 10cl montre (a miniature bottle distillers
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
Produced to celebrate Martell’s Tricentenary, Martell Premier Voyage is limited to an exclusive run of just 300 decanters, each individually signed,
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