Domaine de Joy 1952 Armagnac 40.5% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Domaine de Joy 1952 Armagnac 40.5% 700ml
$1,544.00
Deep, intense amber, bright and clear. The elegant nose on white blossom. The tannins are rich and round
Grosperrin Cognac No.52-22 (Blend 1952 & 1922) Fins Bois 46.5% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac No.52-22 (Blend 1952 & 1922) Fins Bois 46.5% 700ml
$1,561.00
This rare Cognac comes from the commune of Brousse, near Matha, from a small farm. The current producer, born in 1952, still has cognacs distilled by his father and grandfather. It was only in 1950 that the property was equipped with a traditional 16 hectoliters still (Maresté), which then worked on wood (during the day, for the scrambles) and on charcoal (at night, for the good toast). ). Previously, as in most Charente estates, only a small boiler of 500 or 600 litres was used to distil the production of wines. This cognac is the result of the assembly of two batches, made on the advice of a great Cognac house, by the winegrower himself. The cognac was bottled in 2000. Tasting Notes: Straight and clean amount, the nose of old Fins Bois, with a delicate rancio, but what is striking is the intensity of the notes of red fruits, blackcurrant bud, redcurrant, cherry. The nose is of rare quality, with a complexity that cannot be forgotten. On the palate, the attack is straightforward, almost easy, unsurprisingly giving the spicy notes (sandalwood, cedar, pepper) one would expect from a cognac of this age. The surprise arrives immediately after, the first reassuring notes suddenly giving way to blackcurrant, to chiselled and captivating aromas, which suddenly burst, giving this cognac a whole new dimension. The finish is long and complex. Superb.
Dudognon Grand Champagne Cognac 60 years Paulin 43% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Dudognon Grand Champagne Cognac 60 years Paulin 43% 700ml
$1,590.00
SKU : DUDPAULIN Brand/Distillery : Dudognon Country of Origin : France Vintage : 60 years ABV : 43% Volume : 700ml
Grosperrin Cognac 1969 Petite Champagne 46.4% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac 1969 Petite Champagne 46.4% 700ml
$1,042.00
This vintage Cognac comes from a family of notaries established in Cognac for several generations. This 1969 Petite Champagne was part of the estate of the father, who had bequeathed his stocks to his wife and his son, a notary like him. The father had bought this lot in April 1970, thinking of reselling it at a better price a few years later, as was practiced at that time by a few well-informed individuals. Unfortunately, the oil crisis coupled with the end of the Vietnam War caused Cognac prices to collapse soon after. When he died, his wife and son did not get along, and the estate stalled for decades until we came up with a solution. Tasting notes: Amber color. A complex, rather classic Cognac. A late summer nose with notes of very ripe fruit, taped pears and prunes. Smoky touches, burnt notes and a Christmas Pudding side (candied grapes, orange peel, nutmeg). On the palate, power and freshness (lime blossom, hawthorn), which allows you to calmly approach all its complexity. A superb Cognac, for lovers of fine, natural classics. Gold medal , Cognac Master, London, 2015.
Delord 1946 Bas Armagnac 40% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Delord 1946 Bas Armagnac 40% 700ml
$2,251.00
Tasting Notes: Colour: Mahogany, gold clear. Nose: Intense vanilla, pepper, candied fruits, old leather and rancio. Palate: Same aromas as on the nose: vanilla, candied fruit and rancio. A unique taste for an old eau-de-vie
Comte de Lamaestre Bas Armagnac 1967 40% 2.5l | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Comte de Lamaestre Bas Armagnac 1967 40% 2.5l
$1,433.00
Armagnac from the Bas region is considered to have the most finesse, also tending to yield spirits that are very supple in their youth. Plantings are mostly Bacco and Ugni Blanc. The Northwestern portion of the Bas-Armagnac (known casually as the Grand Bas Armagnac) has a concentration of quality producers, especially in the department of Les Landes.
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Castarede 1946 Armagnac 40% 500ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Castarede 1946 Armagnac 40% 500ml
$1,778.00
Tasting Notes: Old coppery reflects. Nose: Vanilla, dry fruits Mouth : Well balanced with a smooth perfumed end.   For more Armagnac, click HERE
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Clase Azul Tequila Ultra Anejo 40% 750ml | Tequila | Shop online at Spirits of France
Clase Azul Tequila Ultra Anejo 40% 750ml
$3,400.00
An ultra-premium Extra Anejo from the Productos Finos de Agave Distillery. Made from 100% Tequiliana Weber Blue Agave, double distilled, and aged a minimum of three years in heavily charred, hand-selected, Sherry Oak casks. This unrivaled Tequila is one of the finest ever produced. This first edition is limited to 100 bottles, 50 for Mexico and 50 for the United States, a true collector's piece. The decanter is a spectacular hand-made ceramic display, taking approximately 40 days to produce. COLOR: Dark amber BODY: Silky, rich and full AROMA: Wood, fruit, intense sherry notes with hints of caramel and vanilla TASTE: Smooth, flavorful, elegant with hints of sweet and oak.
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Clase Azul Day of The Dead Tequila 1L | Tequila | Shop online at Spirits of France
Clase Azul Day of The Dead Tequila 1L
$4,200.00
For this limited edition, our Master Distiller Viridiana Tinoco created an aromatic añejo tequila that was aged for 25 months in American whiskey casks and finished in Armagnac casks. During Día de Muertos (Day of The Dead), a sea of unmistakable aromas fills the streets and homes in Mexican towns and cities. Ofrendas are adorned with copal, exquisite dishes and cempasúchil flowers, meanwhile local markets overflow with fruits, spices and sweets that give off fragrances that fill the air and awaken the senses. The Decanter: The decoration of this decanter expresses the importance of the cempasúchil flower during the celebration of Día de Muertos and seeks to evoke its enchanting aroma. A deep marigold glaze covers the decanter, darkening in color as it reaches the base. On the back of the piece, a dreamlike illustration depicts a fantastic scene in which a cast of folkloric characters accompanied by xoloitzcuintles (Mexican hairless dogs) participate in a harvest of cempasúchil flowers of miraculous proportions. The Aromas: The result is an enveloping atmosphere that leaves an indelible mark on one’s memory; an aromatic landscape that any one of us could recognize with our eyes closed. In this third installment of our five-year journey of portraying the most exquisite aspects of Día de Muertos, we are proud to present Clase Azul Tequila Día de Muertos Edición Limitada Aromas, a tribute to aromas and the memories they evoke.
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JM Rum AOC Agricole 1996 41.4% 700ml | Rum | Shop online at Spirits of France
JM Rum AOC Agricole 1996 41.4% 700ml
$1,115.00
JM Rum AOC Agricole 1996 41.4% 700ml is a premium spirit that embodies the rich history and tradition of rum production in Martinique. This 700ml bottle contains a carefully crafted blend of rums from the JM distillery, which is renowned for producing some of the finest rums in the world. At 41.4% ABV, this vintage rum has a complex and refined flavor profile that is best enjoyed as a sipping drink. The nose is filled with notes of tropical fruits, vanilla, and oak, followed by hints of spice and caramel. On the palate, it is full-bodied and rich, with flavors of ripe fruit, toasted coconut, and cocoa, followed by a long, smooth finish. JM Rum AOC Agricole 1996 is a testament to the skill and expertise of the JM family, who have been crafting exceptional rums for generations. This particular blend is made using the finest sugarcane and traditional methods of distillation, which give it a unique and distinctive flavor profile.
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Michel Couvreur Whisky 1990 The Must Single Malt 46% 500ml | Whiskey | Shop online at Spirits of France
Michel Couvreur Whisky 1990 The Must Single Malt 46% 500ml
$1,018.00
Distilled the 5th October 1990. The rare single malt was distilled in Scotland in December 1990 and was then transported to France where it matured for more than 30 years. Over a quarter of a decade! The ageing took place in a single Oloroso sherry cask in a Burgundian cave - now that's not something you see every day.  Exceptional maturation, concentrated and elegant floral savours, subtle, without any alcohol feelings. Round and delicate, reddish amber colour. The silky texture makes a beautiful balance. To be relished in the silence    
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Michel Couvreur Whisky Tria Juncta in Uno 1989 to 2019 45% 500ml | Whiskey | Shop online at Spirits of France
Michel Couvreur Whisky Tria Juncta in Uno 1989 to 2019 45% 500ml
$1,502.00
Michel Couvreur Tria Juncta in Uno (1989 to 2019) Whisky 45% 500ml An exceptional blended malt is specially purposed for these last 30 years in order to share our personal vision of whiskeys. 3 malt whiskeys are blended, hence 'Tria Juncta in Uno': both upper class 25 yo and 29 yo very sherried whiskeys (PX casks) with our famous 16 yo Bere Barley malt whiskey. Entirely crafted by Michel, Bere Barley is a wild variety of barley, sown and harvested in Orkney, floor malted dried in summer 1986, distilled the 19th November 1986 in Scotland. Michel dreamt to produce a low yield whiskey following the pristine process.  “Tri Juncta in Uno” (Most Honorable Order of the Bath Motto) is the Latin translation of “three in one”. Our Britain soul is reminded by the handcraft leather box made by “La Malle Bernard”, a company thats crafts Morgan cars’ luggages.    Shop more of the Michel Couvreur range HERE Learn More about Michel Couvreur on their website    
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Gelas 1959 Bas Armagnac 40% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Gelas 1959 Bas Armagnac 40% 700ml
$1,751.00
Distilled in 1959 and bottled in 2018, this remarkable wood-aged spirit promises a sublime brandy experience. At around 50-60 years of age, the wood has infused its full quota of tannins and aromas to the liquid. At this stage, explains Gelas, the Armagnac is typically decanted into glass demijohns where it will continue to age in storehouses built by Baptiste Gélas in 1875. The period in glass continues to develop the brandy, helping to harmonize the aromas and preserve the characteristic rancio notes.
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Darroze Armagnac Le Luxe Gascon 1946 40.4% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Darroze Armagnac Le Luxe Gascon 1946 40.4% 700ml
$3,479.00
Luxury in Gascony, and in Armagnac, is fuelled by values anchored around sharing, transmission, respect for the artisanal product, the requirement and excellence. It is in this spirit that the house Darroze sublimates its Armagnacs from the most beautiful soils. From generation to generation, old Armagnacs are kept preciously in the cellars, packaged in Dame-Jeannes (large glass bottles of 30 to 50 litres). Wonderful Armagnacs, as rare as they are full of history. Marc Darroze, around the values of authenticity and excellence, wished to sublimate some of these treasures hidden in these limited series titled Luxe Gascon. Luxury in Gascony is represented by this ability that producers, pastoralists have to keep Armagnacs for decades. Finesse, authenticity, rarity, elegance are all words that characterise these Armagnacs packaged in crystal carafe specially produced to sublimate these exceptional products. Each batch is unique (only a few bottles), each decanter is numbered and accompanied by a certificate certifying the origin and respect of all the steps to testify this particular luxury.
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Grosperrin Cognac No 48 Borderies 46.8% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac No 48 Borderies 46.8% 700ml
$1,147.00
This very old cognac comes from a family of notaries who’ve lived since 1794 near the small village of Saint-Sulpice de Cognac, in a beautiful 18th century home. There are traces of the family dating back to the French Revolution, when the Mayor of the village left an estate to his family. The property had vineyards planted on the most exceptional hillsides of the Borderies region. It is one of his descendants who produced this beautiful cognac, on the land that once belonged to his father, to his grandfather, and even to his great grandfather… And Guilhem bought this single cask from his great-great-grandson. These very ancient cognacs, of which only a few hectolitres are left, have been passed on for four generations, inherited each time by someone in the same family. The estate stopped producing cognac in 1981. It is at this date that the distillery closed and that the vines were sold to big neighbouring estates. The family heirs have accepted this and today take the greatest care in preserving this exceptional heritage which is sleeping in the cellars built centuries ago by their ancestors. The colour is very amber. On the first nose, this cognac reveals discreet notes of violet (violet sweets…), of hyacinth and of tuber. These fragile and delicate notes are quickly covered by more powerful, almost spicy notes of dried flowers, leather, with pronounced rancio. On the palate, the attack is progressive; it is a testament to the great age of this cognac. The aromas of dried flowers, of old leather book covers and of spices immediately express themselves. The mouth is quickly seized by the spices and rancio, a token in itself of the authenticity of an old cognac. The finish is long, marked by a structured rancio along with notes of dried oranges and liquorice. An approachable cognac, despite being very “complete”.
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Grosperrin 'Cognac De Collection' 1944 aged 60 years+ Bons Bois 42.7% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin 'Cognac De Collection' 1944 aged 60 years+ Bons Bois 42.7% 700ml
$2,528.00
This cognac comes from the family property of the cognac merchant who sold it to us. It remained in the same family for 60 years, stored at its original location, a huge paved cellar, until we transferred it to government-controlled cellars in 1999. The owner's chateau was occupied by the German Wehrmacht and the archives dispersed at the end of the war, making it impossible to prove it dates back to before 1944. The end of the war brought with it widespread pillaging, both by occupying forces and local inhabitants This cognac's lightness and delicate aromas make it atypical for its cru. It, therefore, most certainly comes from a limestone soil. Surprising vitality yet softness and roundness, and an unforgettable prune palate. This is proof that even smaller crus can produce wonders! Deep amber colour. The nose of very old Cognac, the finesse of rancio. On the palate, atypical in its vintage for its lightness and density. An astonishing vitality, all smooth and round as well as a prune mouthfeel that will stay in your memory for a long time. The "small wines" also have their wonders! 94/100, Livets Goda (Sweden, 2008). “ I have never tasted such an old Bons Bois before; there is a perfect resemblance to certain ports, but while still being able to deliver an almost unfathomable fruity freshness  ”. Drink Spirits (USA), 2011.

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