Created in: France.
- Aged ten years.
- Matured in French oak Cognac casks.
- Finished in used French fortified wine called Banyuls.
Ferrand Réserve Double Cask Cognac is floral and fragrant with notes of vanilla, slight hints of rich caramel, cocoa and espresso The finish is fudgy with hints of baking spice, orange peel, almond and coconut.
Ferrand Réserve Double Cask Cognac is a unique cognac that has been aged in different types of casks to enrich flavor and deepen complexity. First in traditional French oak Cognac casks and then in used French fortified wine called Banyuls. Pierre Ferrand Reserve Double Cask is made of Cognac that has been matured 7 to 10 years in small oak barrels kept in seven different aging cellars (some dry, some humid), which is then blended with 20 year old Cognac. Once blended, the Cognac is placed in rare Banyuls casks and aged in one of Pierre Ferrand’s humid cellars for one year.
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