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Bissac French Brandy - 1970s

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Bissac French Brandy - 1970s

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Bissac Brandy 1970s Bottling Note

Bottled by Casson in the 1970s, this Bissac French Brandy tells a story on its label. A story of brandy being made, presumably in France. What a lovely and appropriate story.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a collectable item only, we make no warranty or undertaking regarding the contents.

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Bissac French Brandy - 1970s Reviews

My favourite brandy.

I drank Bissac brandy quite a lot in the 1970s. I liked it and preferred it to Martel because it was rough. It was a brandy that took a person by the throat and made it's presence felt in a way no there spirit I have ever tried has.
The Bissac bottle had a satin finish and was extremely tactile - much more pleasant to hold than a smooth glass bottle. The most distinctive thing about Bissac brandy was the colour, which wasn't the usual amber but rather resembled liquorice water, so dark was it. I think if it was poured into a large glass or jug it would appear as black as pitch.

We bought our spirits from the local Co-op Wines and Spirits shop, Northgate, Newark, Nottinghamshire, UK.
I regret being unable to buy the brand today.

25th April 2019

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