Jacques Cardin Apple Flavored Cognac

The aroma leans more toward dried apple peel than fresh apple, making for slightly austere aromatics. Entry tastes include apple butter, apple sauce, and spice; the midpalate features sweet, ripe apple with touches of oak, almond butter and paraffin. Ends well, as the apple peel flavor gracefully accents the cinnamon-nutmeg spiciness. P.P.

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  • Rating
    85-89: Very Good/Recommended
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Category
    Cognac
  • Date Published
    7/1/2008
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