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Distilled since 1805
Croizet VSOP – a cognac predominantly from the Grande Champagne, aged considerably longer than the prescribed number of years in the cellars in St.-Meme-les-Carrieres. Harmonious, with a forthright aroma, overtones of fresh fruit (citrus, grass, red currant) and flowers; rather light in taste, but fruity and smooth.
Croizet XO – an unusual assemblage of Grande Champagne and Fins Bois distillates, aged a very long time. An elegant brandy with a richly nuanced fruit bouquet redolent of oranges, apricots, and peaches; strong but round body with a dry, bitter taste; strong aftertaste.
Denis Mounie Grande Reserve Edovard VII
"By appointment to his late Majesty Edward VII".
Denis Mounie is a revered name in cognac, they were eventually bought by Hine, but their cognacs from the mid 19th century until the 1930's are very sought after, there are several collectors who collect ONLY Denis Mounie. This was their most famous blend, 25 years in wood, very popular in the Edwardian era, and the favorite cognac of King Edward VII.