Baron Otard VSOP Fine Champagne comes in a 70 cl bottle, and is at 40% ABV. The eaux-de-vie used for this blend come from the Grande Champagne and the Petite Champagne terroir, at least 50% Grande Champagne.
Baron Otard XO Gold is an older cognac of the cognac house. This blend of Grande Champagne, Borderies and Fins Bois eaux-de-vie comes in a 70 cl bottle. Due to its long ageing process the cognac presents a balanced taste. The “golden” XO Gold is to be enjoyed neat, as an after-dinner drink.
Brilliant pale gold in color, this superb Cognac is distinguished by its remarkable delicacy and refinement. The grape and vanillin aromas are confirmed on the palate, where intense yet elegant fruit flavors are offset by floral and licorice notes which linger in the extended finish.
This 100% Grande Champagne blend contains cognacs from different distillers and growers from the Cognac region. The original strength of the blend is normally at 50% ABV, but it is brought down to 40% by adding older and thinner 15% Cognac (“vieilles faibles,” very old, weak Grande Champagne) and one of the strengthes of Delamain cognac. Delamain Très Vénérable Grande Champagne Cognac is blended from different old Cognacs. The label design actually comes from a French Revolutionary bank note, the bottle was introduced in 1976.
Her beautiful deep amber color and warm, announces its undeniable force. Its aroma fills the nose with delicate nuances of flowers, allspice, nutmeg and fennel bleaching. The power and depth of flavor is repeated in the mouth, where spices, especially pepper, play a key supporting role.
Inspired by Paradis for its special definition of elegance, Paradis Impérial boasts a subtlety that is even more pronounced. A hint of sophisticated refinement can alreadybe glimpsed in the shimmering, slightly amber-coloured robe. However it is in themouth that the extreme elegance of Paradis Impérial is revealed.
This rare and special cognac opens the gates of a refined and elegant universe reserved for hedonists and revealing the rich successive pleasures that only a great cognac can procure. It is called Paradis.