Daniel Bouju Tres Vieux Premier Cru de Cognac Grand Champagne Cognac 750ml (Elsewhere $190)

SKU #1005027

The Tres Vieux Premier Cru is the same excellent cognac that goes into the Brut de Fut, but offered at 80 proof. That means unfiltered unadulteratered Grand Cru goodness with a bit more restraint than the higher end offering. Despite the lower proof it remains one of the most intensely flavored cognac we've ever carried. Bold aromas of roasted vanilla bean, dried red and gold orchard fruit, dark leather and baking spice. Not at all out of the range for an American Whiskey drinker here. The palate is still very dry at 80 proof and filled with rancio flavors of roasted nuts, sweets herbs and dark coco. What this offering gives up in power and intensity it makes back in overt pleasure. This is ultra old cognac that ANY drinker will absolutely die over, not as challenging as its siblings, but easily the most approachable old Cognac in the price point and well within the Bouju dry aromatic style that we love.

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Price: $169.99

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France

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