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Clés des Ducs VS Armagnac

(70cl, 40%)

Clés des Ducs VS Armagnac
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Clés des Ducs VS Bottling Note

VS Armagnac from Clés des Ducs, each Armagnac has been aged in Limousin oak for at least 2 years. Clés des Ducs have been making their popular Armagnac since 1774 in Panjas, within the Bas-Armagnac region. Fruity and full of flavour.

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Clés des Ducs VS Armagnac Reviews

June M, United Kingdom
13th May 2022
Too nice for the price as it went down very well
Very smooth better than conagc only lasted 2 days
Master of Malt Customer
19th March 2020
Liked it
Still early in exploring Brandy and Armagnac, tend to buy two bottles, one for ~£30 and another ~£80 and I really liked this.

It smells lovely and tastes good.

Will definitely buy again.
Master of Malt Customer
29th June 2018
Had a bottle given to us in the year 1989 . My son opened it June 2018 and is a smooth drop . Would love to know what it would be worth after 30 years of it maturing
Master of Malt Customer
24th July 2013
Purchased this in the mid 1990's, didn't get round to opening the bottle until late 2012. This is, to date, the smoothest Armagnac I've ever had the privilege to excite my taste buds. I'm left wondering, can VSOP really top this...

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