Color: Golden copper
Nose: floral and spicy
Palate: Rich in fruit and wood with a delicate aftertaste
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 (Mar 2012)
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.