This single cask 2011 Cognac Borderies was selected for its characteristics of floral complexity and light fruitiness so desirable from the Borderies region of Cognac.
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The term of ‘single cask’ or ‘single barrel’ is new for the cognac but much more developed in other brown spirits such as whisky or bourbon. Comandon pioneered this new concept starting in 2010. It is a different mind-set and a little rebellious as it goes against the general rule of blending multiple cognacs in order to mass produce the same cognac year after year.
We offer different Casks, different Years, different Terroirs, etc.
This single cask 2011 Borderies was selected for its characteristics of floral complexity and light fruitiness so desirable from the Borderies region of Cognac.
Dark fruit aromas of plum and cherry and hints of spices.
Oak & pepper mix together to end with dried fruits and toasted bread and nutty flavors.
The finish is more of the lemon with a really nice cream soda along with a late arrival of the wood spices.
Profile: Dark Fruit & Coffee
CASK YIELD 223 Bottles
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