For the past three centuries cognac has been almost universally recognised as the finest of all the spirits that are distilled from grapes. It has many incomparable qualities: fruitiness, subtlety of bouquet, intensity, warmth and, above all, the complexity of the many thousands of styles and flavours from a (predominantly) single grape variety. Read More »
A luxuriously packaged XO Cognac from Dupuy, part of their Tentation range. Dupuy (aka Bache Gabrielson) is one of our favourite producers, with a reputation for exquisitely balanced cognacs - this will be excellent. IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Cognac
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 single estate cognac from Frapin, produced at the Chateau de Fontpinot and the aged for many years to give a deep and rich cognac with candied fruit and rancio. IWSC 2012 - Gold Outstanding Medal - Cognac
A special edition cognac from Hine, produced by Cellar Master Eric Forget to honour Thomas Hine, the house's founder. It's a blend of three early landed Grande Champagne cognacs from 1984, 1986 and 1987 which were matured in the UK, as well as some extra old cognac from the Hine cellars in Jarnac.
First bottled in 1912 by Edouard Martell, this classic cognac is Martell's flagship brand and has become synonymous with the highest standard of quality. Cordon Bleu remains many connoisseurs' favourite expression of Martell.