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An explosion of deliciously fruited, spice notes. Elegance linked to aromatic richness.
Wine Maker Notes
Crystallised plums and apples. Roasted notes : Mocha coffee, toasted almonds, vetiver. Rich spice aromas : Cinnamon, orange tree flower, honey and beeswax. Well-rounded mellowness. Sustained finish with fruit and spice notes. The preponderance of Borderies eaux-de-vie gives Martell Cordon Bleu an elegant, mellow and complex character.
The Martell name dates back to 1912, when Edouard Martell created his own set of distilleries to produce some of the finest cognacs in the world, the specialty being Borderies eaux-de-vie. For those new to this arena, this speaks of the immensely regarded notes of floral and fruity blends, along with undertones of plum and orange. In this case, the cognac with have the added spicy tongue of cinnamon, which is known to add its own signatures to this revered blend of the Cordon Bleu.