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Daniel Bouju Empereur XO Grand Champagne Cognac

(70cl, 40%)

Daniel Bouju Empereur XO Grand Champagne Cognac

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Daniel Bouju Empereur Bottling Note

An XO Grande Champagne Cognac from Daniel Bouju, a renowned family-owned Cognac house from the heart of the Grande Champagne region. They age their expressions in Limousin oak casks, and this XO will have certainly seen plenty of oak over its long maturation.

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Daniel Bouju Empereur XO Grand Champagne Cognac Reviews

What cognac was meant to be

Most cognac is made with added sugar color and boise (a wood extract made by boiling wood chips brandy and possibly sugar which is then reduced to a syrup). Daniel Bouju is made with none of these additives. There is rancio here and a plethora of flavors and aromas all coming from the grape wine from which it was distilled and the wood in which it was aged and that's it. It is dry compared to other Cognacs and will therefore not appeal to many. Picked some up in France when I was there and brought back as much as I was legally allowed to take through customs. Fantastic stuff, bold big flavor. The bourbon of cognacs (if such a thing can be said). Excellent balance but not sweet like most bourbons either (btw bourbons get the sweetness form the caramelized sugars found in the charred barrels only bourbons are not allowed by law to add anything like flavoring or color). Highly recommended. Hard to find and will buy from this site when I run out if they have it in stock and I can get it through customs in Israel.

7th November 2015

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