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Pierre Ferrand Ambre

(70cl, 40%)

Pierre Ferrand Ambre

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Pierre Ferrand Ambre Bottling Note

This is a delicious cognac form Pierre Ferrand, made with spirit from the premier region - the Grande Champagne. This fabulous brandy was awarded a Gold Medal at both the Cognac Masters and the Chicago Beverage Testing Institute.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Floral aromas with hints of vanilla cream. Rose petal jelly and parma violets.

Palate: Dried peels and prune juice. Hints of apricot, manuka honey, Danish pastries and apple peel.

Finish: Nutty, spiced finish.

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Pierre Ferrand Ambre Reviews

Awesome! Thank you Alexandre Gabriel & thank you MoM

If you can’t spell, don’t review. This is neither hurrsh nor un-smoth. It’s a truly excellent entry level for anyone wanting to find out about cognac. The man behind this is none other than Alexandre Gabriel, THE finest blender of spirits in France since, well, the early 90s. It is sweet but rich, delicious...fruity, flowery. It’s easy drinking with no hurrshness at all. Perhaps don’t drink it after a kebab. The raw onion will surely make it taste like rubber.

29th February 2020

hurrsh, burns, not smooth

even they say its 10 years in barrels, it taste hurrsh, a little bit rubber, its not smoth like vsop from dusse, or frapin, or au de fusigny, or courivosier. don't recommended.

27th December 2019

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