Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac

70cl / 40%
Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac
Web Exclusive Price £48.45 £40.38 ex VAT (£69.21 per litre)
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Remy Martin's 1738 Accord Royal Cognac was created to sit between their VSOP and XO. It is named in honour of the Accord Royal granted by King Louis XV to Rémy Martin in 1738, allowing the firm to use his land to plant vines. This is a rich and robust Cognac.
Country
France
Colouring
Yes

Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac Reviews

8 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    4 November

    My first dabble in cognac. Certainly an interesting experience, the smell is very woody and a bit sweet. The taste has the burn on the throat which is quite strong but it's also sweet, like a cherry type taste. But it also gives hints of the oak in the aftertaste. The more you taste the sweet taste, The more intense the burn gets. I enjoyed it and will certainly be looking to try other cognac and other brandies

  • 4
    22 June

    This is class in a glass at the perfect price. Underrated and undervalued. Give it a try!

  • 4
    16 June

    Well if you're looking for a smooth Whisky, then look no further......hang on I hear you say, Whisky! yep you heard me right, I have a growing Brandy collection and although I wouldn't say I'm a connoisseur yet, if you were handed a glass of this without knowing what was in it then you'd most probably think it was a malt of some sort, yes it is very smooth with hardly any afterburn but it just seems to lack that superior warming Brandy taste that separates the two drinks, I can't really knock it for that chameleon style taste and to be honest it's nice to finally find a pleasant "Whisky" but it was just a bit of a shock to the old system, especially after tasting a lovely fruity Remy VSOP, which are normally a bit rough, I suppose I was expecting the same again but the next step up the ladder but a bit more rounded and robust but this one kicks the ladder from under you and sends you in another taste direction, at the end of the day this is a lovely Brandy, not fruity but seems to have a malt taste about it, which is probably what sets it apart from the others, if you want to try a curveball then this is the one.

  • 5
    6 April

    I'll leave others to relay the flowery tasting notes and leave a simply review: This is simply the best. Reviews are always subjective but trust me - you need look no further for a supreme Cognac at a very acceptable cost.

  • 5
    2 April

    This is the product to pay for !!! This is the best between the vs vsop and the xo , take the 1738 ! The taste is powerfull but so sweet, in quebec, canada, we had only 25 bottle so i buyed 2 and this is the best i ever buyed ! Keep one for the best moment , this is the drink ! Aftertaste so sweet but feelin it like the nose ! The price is so low that i cant even say good quality price , have to say good quality product if free !!! Take yours now !!

  • 5
    5 October 2016

    I work in a cash and carry and always try new Spirits and Beer. When we got this in it was only ?5 more than the VSOP and was absolutly mind blowing. Ever since that day i have been buying a bottle every month and has become my Brandy mainstay. So happy it is the spirit of the month because it really deserves a spotlight as one of the best cognacs in my honest opinion.

  • 5
    19 August 2016

    This product is great I love the taste I never like brown until I tried this Remy

  • J Craig - Somerset 20 January 2008

    For a start, this is most definitely NOT about price..... Whether this fine Cognac is £20 or £500, it is one of the finest I have ever had the pleasure to sample.... Well rounded, smooth yet with an aromatic punch that lasts right up until the next sample.... Worth every effort..