A miniature of Rémy Martin's acclaimed 1738 Cognac, which sits between the VSOP and XO in the house's range. This rich, robust spirit has delicious notes of butterscotch, figs, plum, baking spices, and toast.
This 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.
Brand: Remy Martin
Attractive red/gold color, leaves thin coat on swirling. Could be mistaken for a bourbon in color
Apricots, figs, apples, vanilla, caramel, leather and oily nuts and some oak. A sweet, concentrated champagne or jam like-like smell to it with an admixture of floral scents. Very distinctive, aromatic with a nice blend of heavier bass notes to it also
Sweetish entry, then drying pleasantly. Medium silky body, with a lot of ripe fruit notes, with concentrated almost raisin or ice wine type notes with more pronounced hints of vanilla and oak pepper than their other marques and a lovely somewhat charcoal
vanilla and oak lingering finish