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Bache Gabrielsen VS

(70cl, 40%)

Bache Gabrielsen VS

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Bache Gabrielsen VS Bottling Note

The entry level expression from the Bache-Gabrielsen, who have been producing Cognac since 1905 when Thomas Bache-Gabrielsen from Norway followed his interest of brandy to the Cognac region. For the VS, the distillers use a combination of 25% Grande and Petite Champagne and 75% Fins Bois eaux-de-vie.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spring blossom and citrus.

Palate: Very fresh, with plenty of crisp fruit and caramel notes.

Finish: Ripe apples and white grapes.

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Bache Gabrielsen VS Reviews

Good Plain Ordinary Cognac.

Was not disappointed at a price point of $23USD (750ml). It is useful to remember that Thomas Bache-Gabrielsen developed this 2 year old VS
Cognac in response to Norway's Prohibition of alcohol...unless dispensed by prescription only and through physicians. Doctors gave out alcohol presciptions like Happy Meals during Prohibition + there were many
anecdotal accounts of alcohol curing The Spanish Flu. Thomas's bright idea was to deliver not just moonshine, but superior Cognac that The French Eaux de Vie guzzlers embraced. BACHE-GABRIELSEN VS is to Cognac as Berry Brothers & Rudd's Plain Ordinary Claret is to St. Emilion. Superior to American Brandy, but young, bright,
fruit forward with a caramel covered
Granny Smith apple middle and a truly surprisingly smooth yet grape / floral
finish. $23 for a Cognac? Plus a warrior against The Spanish Flu? Plus same exact Prohibition blend? You can certainly find superior Cognacs, but prepare to pay 4 times $23.

27th August 2021

Excellent

Excellent.

6th February 2021

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