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Martell Cohiba Cognac

From: France Liquor Review Category: Cognac Brandy

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Martell & Company names itself the "oldest cognac house" marking its founding in 1715 when Jean Martell built a distillery on the Charente River in Cognac of France. He traded in brandy as well as other products. Eventually, it gave itself exclusively to cognac production in 1815. It was eventually bought up by Seagrams and later sold to Pernod Ricard in 2001. They make a point of noting their ugni blanc grapes that form their eau-de-vie (un-aged distillate) are primarily from the Borderies region, which they believe gives their spirit a distinctive characteristic and flavor. It is distilled in copper pot stills and aged in fine-grained oak and aged in their "historic" cellars. There is even a "Jean Martell Cellar" that stores cognac from as far back as 1830. This large store of hundreds of cognacs allows them wide latitude in blending for quality and consistency.

Martell Cohiba Cognac was made in collaboration with the Cohiba Cuban cigar company and, obviously enough, meant to accompany a cigar. Each bottle has an engraving of the Cuban tobacco fields. It was first released in 2011 emphasizing the Asian market. The cognac itself is blended with eau-de-vie aged between 40 and 50 years from the Grande Chapagne region. 

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