Cognac Delamain, "Tres Venerable", gift box, 700 ml
- Strength: 40%
- Volume: 700 ml
Cognac pale amber color with golden reflections.
Despite his age, brandy is characterized by a refreshing and balanced, rounded fruit flavors and a surprisingly long finish filled with hints of licorice.
Rich aroma of cognac is literally overflowing with bright floral notes, with light background hints of spice, undergrowth, vanilla, licorice, raisins and honey.
Traditionally, cognac is recommended to serve as a digestif. Blends perfectly with a cigar.
"Tres Venerable" - this is the most mature brandy standard line cognac house affairs. In fact, it is a more sustained version of cognac "Pale & Dry" , differing term exposure. "Tre Venerable" spends in barrels of 50-55 years, in contrast to the "Pale & Dry", an excerpt of which is an average of 25 years. This cognac for gourmets. The name "Tres Venerable" in French means "right honorable".
"Tre Venerable" is an assemblage of very old Grande Champagne cognacs. Original mix alcohol content is 50%, then the alcohol level was reduced to 40% by the addition of old cognac with a low (15%) alcohol content. The resulting blend is kept two additional years in Limousin oak barrels. The prototype label design was the French pre-revolutionary bill. The first release of brandy was held in 1976.
Delamain Cognac House was founded in 1759 by James Delamenom. This is one of the oldest names in the cognac business. While remaining a family business, home affairs still produces its brandies practically hand, piously observing the traditions established by the ancestors. Many experts agree that Delamain - the best producer of cognac in the world. This Cognac for true connoisseurs!