Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac70cl / 40%
- Dark Chocolate
- Dried tea
Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac Reviews
Tasting Notes by Stuart P
Nose: Stewed prunes soaked in Earl Grey tea. Aromatic and characterful. Aromas of dark chocolate, pink peppercorns, pineapple and mango. Very approachable.
Palate: Soft, silky mouthfeel – absolutely delightful. Fruity and seductive, with candied orange peel plus notes of coffee and dark chocolate, but still elegant. A sweet spiciness runs through it, binding it together.
Finish: Rich fruitiness and aromatic citrus notes last longest.
Comment: An iconic Cognac that is a delight to drink. Elegant, perfumed and satisfying.
12 Customer Reviews
This is a very fine cognac, and worthy of spending the extra required for a good XO. Having sampled many I always return to the Chateau Montifaud XO which can be found for about ?30 less and for my tastebuds is superior
I liked Remy Extra and have a bottle of Louis XIII that has 2" of dust on it .. and growing. But overall this is my favorite Cognac.
Great tasting cognac, love it
Absolutely, beautiful - a little pricey, but very 'special'...
A fantastic cognac for the money. It's history tells you all you need to know.
A perfect Cognac. Worth every cent,much smoother than the Remy Martin 1738
A seductive cognac that displays Martell's true craftsmanship and passion. Dreamy and sensuous, you only need to breathe its vapors to feel like royalty.
Simply one of the best cognac's in the world. Unrivalled due to its high Borderies content. Sublime.
Not bad, but at nearly half the price, Remy Martin 1738 soundly beats it in my opinion.
A top class Cognac worth every penny.