Remy Martin Coeur de Cognac

70cl / 40%
One of Rémy Martin's recent releases, Coeur de Cognac ('heart of Cognac') is distilled very slowly for extra smoothness and vibrant fruitiness, and is designed to offer non-Cognac drinkers an accessible, premium-quality product.
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Remy Martin Coeur de Cognac Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes by Billy A

    Nose: Spicy with umami richness. More savoury than the VSOP, with an underlying caramel brittle note.

    Palate: Very soft and easy drinking. Sweet fruit, a pinch of salt and pepper and a little bit of woody spice. With a cube of ice, sweetness and fruit are amplified, but it is a delicate spirit and doesn't need much dilution - drink with a large block, take the ice out after the cognac has chilled, or just add a few drops of iced water to chill and gently dilute.

    Finish: Sweet fruit, gentle oak spice and sour grape touches.

23 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    19 August

    Awesome-exceptionally refined with a wonderful warmness

  • J.R. 7 February 2014

    Very smooth and pleasant to drink. Would highly recommend.

  • Anonymous 13 July 2012

    Had a bottle of this bought through work. Exceptional, finishes well, lovely and fruity without the harsh aftermath. Much love to the remy martin producers....

  • Billy M 9 January 2012

    Ordered a bottle of this for Christmas through TWE. Up to this point had only drank supermarket foder and thought I would see if there was a real difference before maybe splashing out for an XO with 3 figure price tag. This was way beyond what I was expecting, smooth and almost summery taste (whole bottle gone by boxing day), maybe I will stick with this for a while before paying XO prices.

  • L'heure Verte Bristol 16 October 2011

    Fantastic... set an hour or so aside and drink this with a romeo y juliat churchill cigar, both incredibly smooth with a good blanced flavour. They will complement each other very well.

  • bobby 17 August 2011

    was down in cognac this stuff was 50 euros in the shop(remy martin disstilery) which makes me wonder how they can sell it cheaper here.

  • skyman-Gloucester 20 October 2010

    I drink a lot of brandy, this one is so smooth, hard to beat at the price. The packaging matches the taste. A fine cognac.

  • ATM666 25 June 2010

    Very smooth and enjoyable. Would seriously recommend at the price. I also think the bottle looks great but agree with above that they should replace the label with print.

  • Anonymous 23 April 2010

    Product is fine. Get rid of that UGLY label. It should be printed in GOLD like Remy Martin Extra, you would have a better looking bottel. For the price you have an exelent product. "S"

  • Anonymous 20 April 2010

    Exellent product, very smooth, good ballance. No packagin, just botell on shelf. It would be more atracting if it came in a nice box, but like the man said its the flvor thats important,highly recomended. I would gladly pay $100.

  • Anonymous 12 April 2010

    A mix of different ages, who cares - isn't the flavour the most important thing?

  • Arnold 10 April 2010

    How old is this cognac?

  • peter minshull - bolton 23 March 2010

    one of the best in its price range

  • JG- UK. 8 February 2010

    Beautifully packaged, I doubt very much that there is a better cognac under £50. Very smooth, refined delicate flavour just sit back and enjoy!

  • krisro 13 January 2010

    The best I've ever tasted.Its so smooth to drink.A delightful experience.

  • HUY LE 21 November 2009

    how canI buy this production

  • Albs 2 September 2009

    Bridges a much needed gap between VSOP and XO, those wanting to avoid the harshness of cheap cognac should give this one a try. A drink becoming extremely popular and the constantly rising price of Coeur de Cognac reflects on the true demand of an otherwise fine product.

  • maggsie 9 August 2009

    can never go wrong with remy martin

  • Anonymous 26 April 2009

    am now on my 2nd bottle very satisfying and smooth, for me its the best yet!

  • Anonymous 23 March 2009

    Had my first taste of remi martin having been more a courvoisier man or martell, very tender

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