The nose is fresh and ripe with notes of rich fruit, marmalade, ground ginger, peels, a little winter spice and cocoa. The palate is round and smooth with notes of fresh, ripe fruits and peels. The finish is medium and very smooth.
Coeur de Cognac is a very nice drop for the money. Having been fortunate enough to have downed a good few Louis XIII over the years, which is exceptional, the Coeur de Cognac is very palatable. Obviously not in the same league as the Louis, but then not much is. Well worth the money.
28th February 2014
This is excellent! Buy it, you will not be disappointed! And to Dan from Lincoln... Should probably stick to Bells or Tesco brandy if you think is bland!
5th October 2013
quite a smooth taste. I would recommend it! Good price too.
16th August 2013
I like using this one when I make my Christmas fruit cake (starting next week) goes well with all the other fruit :)
16th May 2013
Very smooth,warming and palletable. This is the second bottle I have had as a present. I love cognac this is the best Ive tasted so far. I like quality not quantity. This tatses like quality to me.
18th January 2013
I have tasted quality cognac from all over the world. In truth, his one for its price is delghtful.Smooth, quality taste and easy and pleasing on the palate, it has many of the nuances of supposed better quality cognacs. Very well done Remy Martin, take a bow.
5th March 2012
Dissapointingly bland to be honest. In fairness it was my first ever try of cognac so maybe I just failed to appreciate it, is it a drink of subtle of nuances? Either way compared to the excellent whiskys and rums I have been trying of late this was dull and uninspiring, though, to give it some credit, pleasantly smooth.
20th October 2010