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A gold award winner at the 2005 International Spirits Challenge. This superb 20 year old Bas-Armagnac is made by a family that trace their roots back to the 12th Century. The Armagnac they make is artisan and made in small batches.
Nose: Sweet, spicy nose. Warm pastries, vanilla, berries.
Palate: Thick and creamy palate. All sorts of flowers, from violets and roses to apple blossom. Then sultanas, figs, tangy oak, spices and custard.
Finish: Spicy and long finish, not unlike mulled wine.
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I was given this as part of my Xmas pressie by my boyfriend as he knew i liked Armagnac, but now i love it! Smells great Sweet yet spicy with a hint of vanilla. The taste, well beautiful, allsorts of spicy flavours, flowery to applie. Well just lush in my book....I have asked for another bottle for my birthday - Highly recommended xx
31st March 2013
This bottle of brandy was bought as a gift for my birthday recently. I was told that it was special and that it was especially for me to open. Well when i had a sip i then realised what my friend had said. It was fantastic. The texture was smooth and the taste was very refined. It also knocked my head off as i gave myself a good shot of it treating it like any other brandy. I now know that it is not like many other brandies that i have tried and i have tried a few. The cost may be significantly greater but it was worth the value. Every last drop..........think i've been converted. Fantastic tasting brandy. Loving it!!!!
12th April 2011