Mahogany with old gold hints. Amazing. Notes of candied orange and quince, moving onto aromas of mocha and cedar wood combined with a raising rancio perfume. The start is bold and follows onto persistent notes of orange peel, leather and tobacco. A slightly vanilla toasted finish which boasts melted and well structured tannins.
Over the last century, five generations of bold and passionate entrepreneurs have crafted spirits in the ancient family distillery, founded by Emile Perrier the famous fruit-liquor maker. The last ones in line are even somewhat rebellious. In the nineteen eighties Jean-Michel Naud, a trained oenologist and passionate explorer of wines and spirits, the son-in-law of Robert Perrier, rediscovered the distillery. Today, with his son, Pierre, they have decided to reignite the flames under the copper pot stills to create distinguished Cognacs, which can be proud of their origins. They are also offering a range of unconventional spirits for the region, aimed at connoisseurs.