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An excellent 25 year old brandy made from Eaux-de-vie from Borderies, and Grande and Petite Champagnes.
Nose: Floral, with soft butter, sweet caramel and toffee hues. Some grape must and light oak.
Palate: Soft and oaky-sweet. Caramel with a hint of sweet citrus. Mouth-filling and satisfying.
Finish: Long and floral.
Overall: An excellent brandy.
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Ive only recently started the Cognac journey having been teased by a bottle of Martell Cordon Bleu I'd purchased for Christmas. This set the standard so I thought I'd buy some samples of similarly priced Cognacs to know what was next on my list of Cognacs around the £80-£120 mark. The Godet is the first Ive opened and although very good, in fact the initial aroma compared to the Martell was preferred by both me and the misses, this was ultimately not as good as the Martell, not even close. The first thing you notice is the alcohol hits the back of your throat unlike the Martell. I'm no expert in describing the details in the tasting notes so I wont bother trying, just to say the Godet is good, just not as good as the Martell Cordon Bleu. Tonight I'm trying the Godet Family reserve so lets see what the outcome is I expect it to be better than the regular XO. Id give this a seasonal 6 /10 and very drinkable if that's all I could have. 3 stars is because I am sure the Martell I'm comparing it to can be beaten hands down by the big guns and when I can afford them I'll let you know. The Martell will be getting 4 stars maybe 41/2 lets see what the other samples produce before final jugdement,
16th January 2016