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Color: Pale amber with golden reflections.
Smell: The nose expresses itself with the elegance and persistence of the aromas of fruit, apricot, citrus and vanilla.
Taste: The palate is of extreme delicacy and finesse. Never aggressive thanks to the long aging period. The long finish is all in favor of the sweetness of the fruits and the roundness.

Born in the 1920s, it is composed exclusively of eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne and Premier Cru from Cognac.
Elegant and extremely delicate, it matures in oak barrels (Limousin) selected in the old cellars on the edge of the Charente.

Aging: Between 20 and 25 years in cask.

Delamain

The Delamain house, thanks to its deep roots in these privileged areas and constantly friendly relations with the owners-distillers, has always ensured its supplies from the best sources, paying particular attention to both aging and the other small stages of processing of Cognac. All distillates mature at least 20 years before being put on the market and even the distilled water that is used is subject to meticulous care. It is mixed with "Vieilles faibles" (very old spirits that have lost much of their original alcohol content) many months before use, to allow for a perfect "mariage" between the two components. At Delamain, smiling, they ironically say: "In order to guarantee perfect quality, we are so crazy that even the water gets old!".

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