Paul-Marie et Fils "Devant La Porte" 58 Year Cask Strength Single Barrel Cognac (750ml)

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*****END OF AN ERA - THESE ARE THE LAST 3 BOTTLES OF DLP WE WILL EVER ACQUIRE. Buy now or forever hold your peace***** In 1951, a 20 year old Frenchman named Jean began his military service outside of Lyon. He made a very good friend during this time named Pierre, who was a 9th generation Cognac producer and their friendship lasted over the years. When Jean's grandson Nicolas became interested in distilling, Pierre decided to mentor him and teach him the art of Cognac. In 2008, Nicolas, who had always been a big fan of bourbon, decided to consult with Pierre about releasing one of these barrels in a single barrel, cask strength format much like the American whiskey makers have been doing. He knew that there were collectors out there who would love to get their hands on something like that and he felt a duty to release these brandies to the world. The first of these releases is a 58-year-old barrel distilled entirely in 1951 that is one of the most awesome spirits I have tasted. Exploding with flavor, this is big, powerful, chewy, dark caramel, chocolate, dried figs and a monster mouth of 51%. It is jaw-dropping, heartstopping, simply fantastic brandy and it will appeal to more than just the Cognac lovers. (David Driscoll, K&L Spirits buyer)

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