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Courvoisier VS Cognac 40% 70cl

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Name:Courvoisier VS Cognac
Alc Vol:40%
Listed In:Cognac | Brandy

Courvoisier VS Cognac

Courvoisier is closely linked to Napoleon Bonaparte, right down to the logo. Old Boney visited Emmanuel Courvoisier's warehouses and insisted that his soldiers be supplied with France's national spirit. He said ÌøåÀå_while you are on the march, [I] have issued to your forces, as much as may be possible, wine in the evening and cognac in the morning.ÌøåÀå_ The blender of this drink looks to deliver three key flavours: Fresh oakiness, spring flowers and ripe fruits.
Official Tasting Notes An elegant and harmonious cognac with strong notes of fresh fruit and a fresh oaky taste.
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