Since its creation by Edouard Martell in 1912, Cordon Bleu has become a genuine legend. Its taste, marked predominantly by 'eaux-de-vie' from the Borderies area, and its authentic bottle, unchanged since the beginning, make it a classic among great cognacs. A cognac with a unique character combining body and great balance. The cognac for discerning connoisseurs.
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 96 points - Deep mahogany/chestnut brown color. Nutty, toasty richness in the aroma is apparent in the first whiffs; second nosing passes offer an new set of features, including toffee and nougat. Taste profile is stunningly layered, oily, creamy and pruny. Majesti.
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