Cognac
Cognac Cognac is a type of brandy made in Cognac, France. Like many types of alcohol in France, a Cognac can only use that name if made in Cognac, France. Ugni Blanc or the Saint-Emilion, a white native grape, is most commonly used. Cognac is made by distilling twice in copper pot stills and aged in French...
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Hennessy Vs 1Ltr
Hennessy Vs 1Ltr

279.00 AED


Hennessy Vsop 70 Cl
Hennessy Vsop 70 Cl

337.00 AED


Courvoisier Vsop 1 Ltr
Courvoisier Vsop 1 Ltr

281.00 AED


Baron Otard Vsop Cognac  1L
Hennessy Vs 70 Cl
Hennessy Vs 70 Cl

193.00 AED


Hennessy Prive Cognac 70Cl
Hennessy Prive Cognac 70Cl

2096.00 AED


Davidoff Vsop Cognac 1L
Davidoff Vsop Cognac 1L

286.00 AED


Hennessy Xo 70 Cl
Hennessy Xo 70 Cl

966.00 AED


Martell Xo 70Cl
Martell Xo 70Cl

1191.00 AED


Davidoff Xo Cognac 70Cl
Davidoff Xo Cognac 70Cl

750.00 AED


Courvoisier Vs 1 Ltr
Courvoisier Vs 1 Ltr

225.00 AED


Cognac is a type of brandy made in Cognac, France. Like many types of alcohol in France, a Cognac can only use that name if made in Cognac, France. Ugni Blanc or the Saint-Emilion, a white native grape, is most commonly used. Cognac is made by distilling twice in copper pot stills and aged in French oak barrels for at least two years. The aging process is very similar to whiskey and wine; however, most Cognacs spend much longer than two years in the barrel. While most Cognacs are blended with other vintages, the age on the bottle indicated the youngest blend used. The initials VS indicate the youngest brandy in the blend has been aged in barrel for two years, VSOP or Reserve indicated that the youngest brandy blended has been in the barrel for four years, XO or Napoleon indicates the youngest brandy blended has been aged for six years. Anything that has been aged longer in oak than six years is classified as Hors d?age.