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Delamain XO Vesper

(70cl, 40%)

Delamain XO Vesper

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Delamain XO Vesper Bottling Note

Here we have a rather delicious Delamain Grande Champagne Cognac, made with some particularly well-aged eaux-de-vie. Said well-aged eaux-de-vie is blended together and then aged for two years further before being bottled.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Very earthy, very vegetal. A good core of vanilla decorated with mellow oak spice and damp tobacco.

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Delamain XO Vesper Reviews

Better than XO but questions remain.

Considering the level of cognac, nose, taste, aftertaste should be richer.

24th October 2021


Not fully up to par with price. A bit flat and the alcohol takes over. Get the feeling of a standard xo. Somewhat spicy, hint of tobacco and caramel. A little bit sweetness. Tasted in a Riedel cognac glass.

24th April 2020

Needs a makeover or discontinuation

This one takes a good 45 minutes in the glass to express itself. Definitely wood, damp tobacco and caramel overtones. No fruitiness whatsoever, or florality - then again, I suppose 30 -35 years in barrels has eliminated most of these components. Tastes a little different from a previous bottle...almost like it is muted and needs hours of oxidation prior to drinking. I blend this half and half with another XO cognac starting with 'C', and find this synergy makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts.

27th March 2019

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