Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac
70cl / 40%
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Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy A
Nose: Very floral, with honeysuckle, and sweet, with delicately perfumed fruit – melon and peaches. There is also a hint of flowery honey and a marzipan nuttiness.
Palate: Cinnamon, almonds, peach, orange and orange blossom, and woody spice. The succinct note in my notebook simply says 'like eating twigs and sweet flowers'.
Finish: Delicate grape, sweet oak spice, melon and lingering floral notes.
30 Customer Reviews
Perhaps I haven't developed a taste for this stuff. It was not worth the money. I don't normally drink whiskey. It's got a very strong taste and does not go down smoothly. I would describe the taste as that of a rotted and burned whiskey barrel with a rubbing alcohol aftertaste. I suspect a lot of reviewers feel obligated to give a higher review due to the high price and prestige of this bottled liquid. Save your money to go buy a bottle or 10 of honey Jack. Now that is some good stuff!
I had a glass yesterday for $345. It was the best $345 I have ever spent. If you are a enthusiast of brandy /cognac. This is a life changing experience. I will buy a bottle and drink it on all special occasions!
The best brandy I''ve ever had!! Now what is the glass worth by itself?
So a very good friend had a bottle of this given to him for his 50th Birthday (about 1 year ago) and had about 2 measures left in the bottle and decided to finish it off last night. Now, I am not exactly a cognac drinker, I prefer my wines and champagnes, but I can now officially say that I have been converted. This is the most amazing liquid I have ever tasted, except perhaps for the odd bottle of Dom P from a few years ago. Might have to treat to myself on my birthday :)
I have been given a bottle for my 50th birthday, thanks to my good friend. xx
Drink it, don't save it
I have 2 bottles one imported from NY and NJ.NY bottle has baccarat crest then Crystal in the middle on the bottom with E.Remy Martin
I have a bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII and would like to know what the decanter is made of. Is it lead crystal?
my grandmother has a bottle that looks very simalar but is really old. not sure the year it was but we have the serial number for it and all it's original seals. it is the bacarat crystal bottle and says "rarest reserve" on the bottle. who do i contact to see how much it may be worth?
On the bottle, 2 clear stickers one on each side. One says: Produce of France. Is it suppose to be Product of France? Another sticker says: Distributor: Hongkong and China. Also, do you think the crystal decaters vary since they are hand sculpted? there is a matching serial number on the bottom of the bottle, the stopper and on the booklet. The serial number on the booklet is handwritten and the serial numer on the bottle and the stopper is etched or engraved?