Courvoisier VS Cognac 750ml, 40%
Courvoisier cognac is famous worldwide for its unique Napoleonic connection, dating from 1811 when legend has it was supplied to the Emperor Napoleon I. Its fame was further reinforced in 1869 when Special Appointment to the Court of Napoleon III named it''''. This cognac, fit for an Emperor, was the spirit on which the House of Courvoisier was built and the shadow of Napoleon graces every bottle to this day.The Courvoisier Company flourished producing cognacs of the very finest quality. The cognacs Felix Courvoisier created have changed very little, and Courvoisier is still made with grapes grown only in the Cognac region. Golden in the glass and voluptuous in the mouth, this is quite possibly the world’s finest cognac. Always bold, always opulent, Courvoisier is recognizable by the trademark Josephine bottle and the famous sillhouette of Napoleon on the label. It is double-distilled in traditional red copper Charentais alembic pot stills then aged in barrels handcrafted from oak grown in the Limousin area.