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Hermitage 1990 Grande Champagne Cognac (47%)

(70cl, 47%)

Hermitage 1990 Grande Champagne Cognac (47%)
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Hermitage 1990 (47%) Bottling Note

An incredibly well balanced Cognac with heaps of complexity and a silky texture to encourage you back in for more. Made with Ugni Blanc grapes an distilled in a small 12 hl still so that the resulting Cognac is full flavoured before being boosted further by being aged in 250 litre casks – six months in new oak and then old oak barrels. Using the traditional on lees method, the casks help to develop subtle vanilla and spiced fruit notes with a texture that is smooth and long.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Toasted tea cake aromas with lifts of Nutmeg, ginger and spiced fruit.

Palate Coffee, sweet jam and nuts along with hints of cloves and orchard fruit flavours circling for attention. Layers of citrus and walnuts along with a mouth feel that is satin-like and luxurious.

Finish Long, smooth and expressive.

Reviews for Hermitage 1990 Grande Champagne Cognac (47%)
My "cheap" choice...
Buying decent Cognac is difficult. You have no idea what has been done to the XO from the "premium" brands, but you know exactly what you get with Hermitage - something straight out of the barrel. No blending, no additives.

This is my best sub-£150 Cognac. My wife likes the sweeter 1995, but I prefer this. It has a better defined taste and feels more developed in the glass. A lovely drop.

4.5 stars simply because we have a range of Hermitage's more expensive Cognacs that I'd give 5+ stars to...
Andy S , United Kingdom
one year ago

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