A Courvoisier named to celebrate Napoleon's great love for Courvoisier. This is slightly problematic, given that Napoleon I died fourteen years before Courvoisier was founded, but he did apparently tour wine & spirit merchant Emmanuel Courvoisier's cellars once, and Napoleon III did make Courvoisier an official supplier to the Imperial Court in 1869. That's good enough for the marketing department.
What is most appealing is the fact that the grapes used in Napoleon come from the same region that Hine Cognac use it its delightful cognacs. Thank you Mr. Courvosier
- Paul Anthony Miguest, 18th Sep '11
Absolutely amazing! Very creamy and subtle,sweet on the aftertaste .the aroma of vanila,flowers and chocolate My personal favorite of the courvoisier range - definitely worth the money. If any of my friends ask me what cognac to buy when they travel or at home.I will suggest this one!
- Tima, 11th Sep '09
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