Brandy "Condor" Napoleon Royal, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Condor" Napoleon Royal, 0.7 L
Brandy light amber with a gentle brilliant shimmer.
Elegant aristocratic taste of brandy differs wonderful balance, a pleasant softness and roundness.
Intense bouquet of brandy exudes subtle fruit flavors framed by vanilla, floral and nutty tones.
Exquisite taste of brandy is best enjoyed in a pair with a cigar and coffee. The drink is also often used as a digestive in pure form.
Mark Brend "Condor" was created cognac house AE Dor in 1912 with a focus on the North American market and immediately take its rightful place among the best drinks in its category. Today, as 100 years ago, for the production of this wine brands use of the most famous wine regions of France. "Condor" Napoleon Royal is a product of high quality assemblyazha alcohol having at least 5 years in oak barrels, far exceeding the minimum allowable period of exposure. Due to prolonged contact with wood, brandy acquires the characteristic qualities of fine drinks, and can surely compete with similar products of famous brands.
In 1858, a young bank clerk, comes from a family of winemakers Charentais, Amadeus Edward Dore decided to leave the job in the financial sector and engage in the implementation of its cherished dream - the creation of its own cognac house AE Dor. As a great admirer of fine drink, Amadeus Edward created brandy, to meet his exacting taste and strangers like many fans. Catching the production of cognac, Dor prudently increased stocks of aged spirits, and with the beginning of the epidemic of phylloxera in Europe in 1874, he became purposefully buy cognac spirits mainly from the famous Grande Champagne region, believing that over time they will become more valuable. These alcohols decades aged in barrels of Limousin oak, and, as they mature, poured into glass bottles and sealed with wax, and each had a capacity label is the date bookmark alcohol. All this "wealth" are stored in special cellars, called Paradis (Paradise).
It is believed that to date in these cellars, lead by Jacques Rivière - descendant and the present owner of the cognac house, contains the world's largest stock of old cognacs, dating from the beginning of the XIX century. Being a part of the image of cognac house AE Dor, they carefully preserved and occasionally sold at auction. House AE Dor, one of the three best producers of cognac in the world, is known not only for its magnificent collection of aged cognacs, but also a large assortment of high quality products manufactured for a wide range of consumers.