Nose: Floral, hints of caramel sweetness, chamomile, a hint of juniper, some dried apricot.
Palate: Good sweetness, dried fruits, a little chamomile again, sultana and orange blossom.
Finish: Full, spicy and juniper-rich.
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Tastes well, but definitely not a 'cognac'. More likely a 'eau de vie', grape made vodka. This explains its smoothness and sweetness compared to real cognac. there were speculations that French authorities forbade this 'cognac' as it is not really a cognac and does not comply requirements.
15th February 2015
It's awesome...I tried one bottle, loved it. Then purchased the last two bottles from the store...now I am told no more distribution...why is it so hard to find in Miami, Florida...can you direct me to where I can purchase some? Please invest in the South Florida area.
26th April 2014
A juicy, fresh offering from Godet. Contrary to their serving suggestion I'd say it suits a rock serve better. The flavours contained in this little bottle are fruity, deep and sweet without being cloying. A great short serve but a strange bottle size for the price.
27th May 2012