Paul Beau VSOP Cognac is adored for its grape, figs, caramel and mango flavor notes.
This Cognac is carefully distilled at Paul Beau distillery, France.
Based on 691 votes, the average rating for Paul Beau VSOP Cognac is 7/10.
Top reviews for Paul Beau VSOP Cognac:
— Outstanding. Smooth. A true delight.
— Wow! Upon smelling I got hints of rubbing alcohol and grapes. First taste hits you with immediate spice, almost like a spicy cinnamon. Then a wonderful smokey honey flavor. Lingering notes of vanilla and fig to finish. A wondeful cognac.
— Paul Beau was my absolute favorite. I have never had anything so tasty. This one is definitely in my wishlist
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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Paul Beau VSOP Cognac
A bit spicy but has lots of flavor.
Good grape flavor but has a little bite to it.
I like this one. Vanilla a little stronger. Not super sweet. My second fav of the taster
The nose promises a complexity that just doesn't deliver. Mostly Woody, oak, pine. Not very smooth at all
Smooth but a liked others in the kit more.
Hot and spicy fruit. Not as smooth as I would have liked.
Think of it as a Courvoisier VSOP but with a mango-forward accent. Can’t miss it and can’t go wrong!
This is a nice Cognac with some exotic fruit such as lychees, a hint of vanilla. The flavor is very consistent with the nose and the finish is a bit thin and light. I would not get out of my way to get it but if offered, I'd be happy to have a sip.
struck nice notes of vanilla and caramel; subtle, less fruity, and hint of spice
Major bite, not smooth at all. Smelled of ethanol more than anything.
Smooth with very little bite, fantastic flavors.
Had to mix it. Couldn’t drink it straight.
Very smooth and silky... vanilla and caramel... great for after dinner!
Pretty smooth. Pick up more vanilla and spice than any of the fruit.
This had a smooth taste the most prominent flavors I could Tate’s were first Carmel and grape with fig then followed by a spicy mango.
Tastes like a port with richness and decadents. Honey, vanilla and almond flavor.
Very smooth and nice on the pallete
Not a cognac guy, but got this in a taster box. This one was my favorite of the three. I get oak, vanilla, and some grape and maybe raisin. There’s a nice sweetness to it, but not too much. Great color also. I still prefer scotch, but this is very drinkable.
Grape up front that transitions to candied fruit. Some wood and spice. Pretty good complexity.
I get a lot of the grape/raisin, a little bit of the figs. I feel like it's better with ice, but definitely drinkable neat.
Medicinal and not overly flavorful
Pretty good, robust cognac that’s a little more fruit forward than others I’ve tried. Also has a little more of a bite though too.
Similar taste to Hennessey. I enjoyed the hint of spice that Hennessey doesn’t have. Great grape taste.
Spicy tone with fruity taste. Warms you up inside.
Vanilla gives leaves it reminiscent of a whiskey almost. Nice fruity notes. Makes a great old fashioned!
It is an outstanding, rich, 'VSOP Grande Champagne Cognac with an aromatic birth; while a rich life leads to a long & spicy death with notes of rancio & blood orange.
Smells like raisin, tastes like dried fruit with a spicy finish
Strong bitter aftertaste
Wow, this is terrific! I decided, on a whim, to try a cognac sampler. This is my first one but I’m really liking it! It does remind me of a Scotch but definitely more fruity (which makes sense, it’s grape-based). Looking forward to the next sample!
Tasted great in the Cognac taste box.
Exactly what I was expecting from a cognac!
Fruity. I enjoyed it
Outstanding. Smooth. A true delight.
Smooth with a sweet finish
Wow! Upon smelling I got hints of rubbing alcohol and grapes. First taste hits you with immediate spice, almost like a spicy cinnamon. Then a wonderful smokey honey flavor. Lingering notes of vanilla and fig to finish. A wondeful cognac.
Delicious and smooth - truly excellent.
Very good. Vanilla front, Bitter end. I liked the Maison Surrenne a little better
Paul Beau was my absolute favorite. I have never had anything so tasty. This one is definitely in my wishlist