Louis Royer's VSOP Cognac. Based in the centre of the Cognac region, in the town of Jarnac, they have been producing Cognac for over 150 years. The family have been beekepers throughout the generations, so the bee is the emblem of the company, as it has been since 1853.
Obvious hints of peachy freshness, crisp blackcurrants, ripe raisins and figs and soft almond notes. The hints of cocoa are less assertive than in the oldest Cognacs in the Louis Royer range, but it is still present. Subtle vanilla and woody notes, the result of time spent in oak barrels are found on the finish.
Customer Reviews: (1 review)
I bought a 100 cl Louis Royer vsop on the Canadian border, I am a Henessy drinker but it;s so much smoother than Henessy, me and my wife love it,i;am going to try two more bottles to confirm my passon for this fine Cognac
- anonymous, 29th Aug '07
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