The classic Martell Cordon Bleu was first bottled in 1912 by Edouard Martell. This iconic Martell Cordon Bleu brandy has since become synonyms with the highest standard of quality when it comes to cognacs.
Martell is the oldest of great Cognac Houses. Because it was founded in 1715, some refer to Martell Cognac as Martell 1715. The first cases of Martell arrived in China in 1858 and in Malaysia in 1875. That’s more than a century of good Martell in Malaysia.
Aged in fine-grain oak barrels, the Martell Cordon Bleu is a classic and unequalled in the world of cognac. The deep, golden copper gives an impression that the Cordon Bleu is full of flavour. And indeed it is.
Martell Cordon Bleu reviews have noted that there is a well-rounded mellowness to this brandy. A sustained finish with fruity and spice notes on the palate gives an added complexity to the final elegance of this drink.
On the nose, aromas of crystallised plums and apples with hints of mocha coffee, toasted almonds and vetiver just enhances the taste of the glass of Martell. The explosion of deliciously fruited on your tongue and spicy notes effortlessly links elegance to the bottle.
The richness of Martell Cognac comes from the brand understanding and respecting the multiple ways of enjoying their cognac. The iconic Cordon Bleu is one of the best cognacs around.
Deep between the gold and copper
Fragrance is very rich, fresh sends out a plum and apple aromas, with mocha coffee aroma, toasted almonds and vetiver
The palate and full-bodied, with candied orange, cinnamon and honey flavors