Old gold colour. This rich Cognac is supple and indulgent and is characterised by its aromatic complexity where the aromas of cedar wood, candied fruits and honey mix. In the mouth, the complexity is expressed with candied fruits and spices, including cinnamon. The wood aromas bring great length and incomparable richness. It is followed by a very supple honeyed finish sustained by citrus, honey, cigar box and candied orange notes.
Francis Abécassis produces extraordinary Cognacs from its own estate : « I have the belief that blending eaux-de-vie coming from one single exceptional estate gives the Cognac an unmistakable character and strength ». Faithful to this philosophy, his daughter Elodie had the idea to apply it to the distinctive taste characteristics of honey. It was during the ageing process that the Cellar Master, Christian Guérin, blended a subtle and elegant Cognac with a particularly intensely flavoured honey produced in the heart of the Charente forests.
This cognac has aromas of apricot and fresh grapes. Aromatic power , fresh bouquets, complexity of flavors. This cognac is for fans of dense and frank sensations like the hills of our vineyard , open to sun and south wind ABK6 Cognac VS is a cognac, which is a specific type of brandy produced in the town of Cognac, France.
Golden colour with deep amber highlights. The nose gives lovely aromas of subtly spiced wood, brioche cake and cinnamon. In the mouth, there is a harmonious association of fruit and wood aromas. Its delicate finish gradually ends on notes of fruit jellies and spices. ABK6 Cognac VSOP is a cognac, which is a specific type of brandy produced in the town of Cognac, France.
Old gold amber colour. The nose brings notes of spice, liquorice, orange peel and even dried figs. In the mouth, the aromatic strength of this Cognac is exceptional and opens up with notes of hazelnut, walnut, cedar wood then candied fruits. Great length characterises this XO. ABK6 Cognac XO is a cognac, which is a specific type of brandy produced in the town of Cognac, France.