The Last Drop Hors D'Age Petite Cognac is a remarkable spirit, offering a compelling window into the past. Created in an era long since passed, at a distillery recently — and permanently — closed, it was crafted at a family-owned distillery on the banks of the Charente river during a time when Europe was finding its feet after World War II.
Distilled by the 8th generation of the family, in a traditional wood-fired alembic still, this cognac was still in the original oak casks when we first tasted it. The liquid displays all the know-how and expertise that has been passed down over the centuries.
AROMA:Rich amber with copper reflections.
NOSE:A waft of old roses, charged with a touch of citrus.
PALATE:Great complexity, initially revealing rich old preserved fruits, followed by dried flower petals.