Louis Royer VSOP Cognac

Louis Royer VSOP Cognac

(0.75l, 40%)


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Cognac so ritzy, you'll speak French.

Louis Royer, a distillery whose name just rolls on the tongue, was established in 1853 on the colorful bank of the Chartene River in the region of Cognac in France. It's famous for its bee emblem and a wide range of upscale Cognacs and Pineau, made from all six terroirs of the region. Today, the fifth generation runs the place and has no intentions on changing their secret traditional ways.

This exquisite bottle is simply called VSOP, which means "very superior old pale", but you can also call it a five-star Spirit. What it means is the youngest Cognac in the blend is at least four years old - and this one spent some time in French Limousin oak. See, even the wood is fancy! It's a smooth and balanced Cognac with a punch to it - in the best possible way. You may enjoy it neat, but here's a little secret: pour some tonic in it and reveal new hidden flavors. Or, if you're having a ball, make yourself a nice Black Pagoda. 

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The wine used for Cognac is very dry, acidic, and thin, but excellent for distillation and aging.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Copper gold.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
A lovely twirl of apricots, plums, peaches, oak, leather and tobacco on the nose.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Sweet intro followed by a farrago of dark fruits, oak and tobacco.

Rich, soft and warm lingering finish.

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Ratings & Reviews
A tasty burn
Louis Royer VSOP is an outstanding, intense VSOP from The Louis Royer House of Cognac is located on the picturesque bank of the Charente River in Jarnac & has been since it was founded in 1853. It opens with notes of port, dried fruits, barley & beer, the palate has notes of plum, fresh baked apple, ripe peaches, orange zest, cinnamon, potpourri, licorice, leather muskiness & tobacco, while the finish long & rich with notes of apricot, rancio & a hint of oak.
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