Growing up in the largest brandy drinking state in the nation (Wisconsin), I am also a cognac lover! I am also constantly on the lookout for good cognac and this one delivers.
The Remy Martin 1738 cognac is named for the year that King Louis XV granted Remy Martin a warrant to expand his grape plantings on royal lands, allowing him to expand his cognac House. The Remy 1738 comes in a classy bottle that screams cognac. The Remy 1738 is a blend of 65% Grand Champagne and 35% Petit Champagne.
Remy 1738 is a copper-colored spirit with an aroma profile of cocoa, cinnamon, ginger, oak with white flower undertones. Remy 1738 has a controlled spiciness on the palate with cinnamon, ginger, cocoa with light white pepper and white flower (and is a bit unusual flavor for cognac).
Try Remy 1738 for a spicy Sidecar or Tom and Jerry or mix with ginger liquor in a cocktail.
For more, go to remy.com.