Our selection of "SINGLES" Cognacs, produced and distilled by Michel Forgeron between 1960 and 2000.
- Barrique-60 to Barrique-89: "Bruts de fut" cognacs, without blending or reduction.
- Barrique 90 to Barrique-2.0: Cognacs without blending but with a slight reduction (@ 47% alc.) to better appreciate them.
These cognacs are still in casks wh...
These cognacs are still in casks where they continue to age and evolve. They are bottled in batches of 6 for each cognac.
They are all different on the nose and in the mouth: fruity, spicy, woody, toasted, buttered, animal (leather), ...
To better appreciate them, we advise you to serve them at room temperature, even slightly cool (17C), preferably in a "Tulip" glass.
Notes of iris, vanilla and essence of okoume for the latest addition to the "Barriques" range.
Cocoa beans, beeswax and custard cream for the latest addition to the "Barriques" range.
Cocoa, toffee and cinnamon and a few toasted notes for the latest addition to the "Barriques" range.
This cognac reveals notes of chocolate, vanilla and jasmine.
Cinnamon, vanilla and cocoa are the main markers of this cognac.
A mixture of clove and cinnamon.
Toasted, grilled and pastry notes are the dominant notes of this cognac with a hint of vanilla.
Discreet notes of violet blend with jasmine and green walnut.
A palette of woody, spicy and sweet notes (of prune) that we find in the mouth ...