Blend : Wonderful blend of Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Fins Bois and Old Borderies. Champagnes give the depth, Fins Bois the fruitiness, Borderies the intensity of the aroma and the length
Colour : Golden
Aroma : Prune, gingerbread, fruitcake
Body : Smooth and subtle
Blend : Well matured Grande and Petite Champagne Cognac, selected from our best family farmers in this area.
Colour : Ambered, with touch of mahogany wood.
Aroma : Complex, elegant and subtle. Leaves of cigar, prune, dry apricot, crème brûlée, freshly roasted coffee, fine leather.
Body : Round, supple and velvety.
Internationally recognized as richer, smoother and more mature than its contemporaries, Courvoisier Initiale Extra is a blend of exceptionally fine Cognacs aged from 50 to over 100 years. Its richly aromatic flavors combine with the spicy Borderie grapes to give it an intense depth and complexity. It contains very old Grand Champagne and Borderies at the peak of their maturity and bloom. In terms of Le Nez, the main aromas of XO Initiale Extra are port wine, truffle and hot fruitcake.
Courvoisier 12 is part of the Courvoisier Connoisseur Collection – a collection which revolutionizes the cognac category by proudly declaring liquid age upfront. Courvoisier is the first of the four major Houses of Cognac to introduce a product with a declared age statement.
Courvoisier 21 is part of the Courvoisier Connoisseur Collection – a collection which revolutionizes the cognac category by proudly declaring liquid age upfront. Courvoisier is the first of the four major Houses of Cognac to introduce a product with a declared age statement.
Courvoisier, one of the world’s leading cognac houses, has launched a new addition to its collection of luxury cognacs, L’Essence de Courvoisier. Following years of exploration to create the perfect blend, L’Essence de Courvoisier will be the jewel of Courvoisier’s permanent higher styles. This new cognac embodies Courvoisier’s philosophy of fusing the traditions of a centuries old cognac house with its innovative and ground-breaking approach.
Blend : An abundance of Fin Bois provides the fruitiness whilst Petite Champagne adds depth
Colour : Golden, light amber
Aroma : Spring flower, fragrant ripe fruit and fresh oakiness
Body : Strong character
Colour : Rich Straw
Aroma : Full aroma with hints of rose and cinnamon
Palate : Intense rich chocolate, with hints of orange and raisins
Finish : Lingering, with chocolate, hints of orange and dried fruits
Colour : Light Mahogany
Aroma : Dried fruits and ginger with hints of citrus, vanilla and cinnamon
Palate : Rich dried fruits, spice, clove, orange and wood smoke
Finish : Full dried fruits and sweet toffee, with hints of ginger and wood smoke
Colour : Dark Mahogany
Aroma : Rich sherry with orange, clove, nutmeg and wood smoke
Palate : Deliciously smooth, with rich dried fruits, sherry, orange and wood smoke
Finish : Long and rich, with lingering spice and orange
Colour : Natural colour, dark red golden, clear and bright
Aroma : Very rich, mature oaks, chocolate; fudge
Palate : Full, rich burst of flavour; soft honey; nutty toffee
Finish : Rich, long and surprisingly sweet for its age
Colour : Rich, coppery amber
Aroma : Spicy, aromatic, nutmeg and darkest chocolate
Palate : Force 9 flavour, toffee, dark chocolate orange and Hobbister Hill peat
Finish : Rich, long smokey and surprisingly sweet
Highland Park was established in 1798, shortly after the end of the American War of Independence and at a time when the French Revolution was at its height. When Napoleon was cutting a swathe through Europe, whisky had already been distilled at Highland Park for 12 years. Similarly, Highland Park 40 year old was
distilled at a time of great change during the social and cultural revolution of the late 1960s.
Colour : Burnished Gold
Aroma : The rich softness linked with smooth, slightly dry aroma is combined with just enough earthy peat smoke to avoid being overpowering
Palate : Full rich flavours burst and fill the mouth with a creamy peat tang and a touch of vanilla’s soft gentleness
Finish : Full, succulent and quite long