Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac 1912 Tribute Edition 70cl
Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac 1912 Tribute Edition in celebration of the House’s Tricentenary, Cellar Master Benoît Fil has crafted a unique version of the legendary cognac Martell Cordon Bleu, originally created by Edouard Martell – the tenth descendant of the House’s founder – in 1912. The re-edition of the beautiful, original packaging pays tribute to Edouard Martell’s legendary creation, and the House’s origins. The blend is rested in barrels created from a 300-year old fine-grained oak tree. The rare oak, selected from a forest in Burgundy, is distinctive for its exceptional strength and quality of the wood. It has been crafted using traditional French coopering techniques perpetuated by the House. The blend captures theRead more...
living essence of three centuries with the subtle aromas that exude from this exceptional wood’s tannins, linking the past with the present.
The delicate and fruity hallmark of the Borderies is the signature of the Martell style, which is elegant, complex and balanced.
|ABV (% vol)||40|