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Distilled since 1811
Courvoisier VS – an assemblage primarily from the quickly aging Fins Bois de Farnac, with component of Petite Champagne; aged at least five years, a majority of distillates for eight years. A fresh, youthful cognac with a grassy, green aroma accented by fruit and wood tones; rather full-bodied, with a fresh, fruity taste.
Courvoisier VSOP – fine Champagne cognac aged from eight to twelve years. Typical Champagne character: fruity aroma with floral notes (rose, iris), offset by a certain amount of wood; round and soft on the tongue, with developing spicy overtones.
Courvoisier Napoleon – fine Champagne brandy, the individual components of which have been aged for fifteen to twenty-five years- the “Original Napoleon.” A very expressive distillate: repeated waves of scent reveal ripe fruit (apricot, plum), then deeper aromas (cigars, wood, spices) that continue to unfold, smoothly and full of body on the palate; long, intense aftertaste.