A 20cl quarter-bottle of A E Dor's fabulous Cigar Cognac. Best with a medium-weight cigar, this has a toasty nose with the house's appley trademark style, with a leathery, spicy palate and finish thanks to some eaux-de-vie sourced from the Fins Bois and Borderies regions.
A Fine Champagne Cognac from A E Dor, a blend of 8 year old eaux-de-vie from both Petite and Grande Champagne regions. Light and delicate on the palate, yet with impressive flavour intensity, this is a delightful drop.
A Cognac specially designed to be an accompaniment to a cigar, put together by A E Dor. It's a blend that includes Petite and Grande Champagne cognacs as well as a number of spirits that have been aged in new oak casks - this gives an extra woodiness that helps the Cognac stand up to a cigar's flavours.
A rare cognac, limited to the contents of a few large glass demijohns discovered by A E Dor in a small cellar of a property in Grande Champagnes. Number 10 was matured in casks until it reached 41.5% abv and was then transferred into the demijohns, where it has sat since 1965. A very limited release.
An impressive and very limited release by A E Dor as part of their numbered Vieilles Reserves range. Number 9 was matured for half a century in oak casks until it hit the minimum legal strength of 40%. At that point, in 1964, it was transferred into large glass demijohns where it has sat, not ageing any further, until bottled. A rather special Cognac.
Number 11 is one of the pinnacles of A E Dor's Vieilles Reserve range. It was blended by the late Odile Rivière, the former blending manager, from only Grande Champagne cognac aged for a minumum of 70 years, with some eau-de-vie being even older. A non-fussy but very high quality Cognac.