Cognac Kelt Tour du Monde Commodore Grande Campagne, gift box, 0.7 L
Cognac golden amber color.
Cognac refined taste with distinct floral notes of rose, violet and jasmine, vanilla turning into sweet shades.
In cognac felt exquisite floral bouquet of roses, violets and jasmine.
Cognac is recommended to take in the pure state, is combined with cigars.
Cognac Kelt Tour du Monde Commodore is made from grapes grown in the Grande Champagne. Cognac sustained 24 years old, and the age of cognac is 15 to 40 years. Traditionally, many cognac houses, if the shutter cognac above the established norms (over 10 years), it is assigned its own name, emphasizing the uniqueness and rarity of the drink. Each bottle has a certificate signed by the captain of the ship on which the brandy made their journey from Europe to the New World. Cognac bottled in the form of the ship's decanter and packaged in individual gift box.
The idea of Christopher Celt - head Kelt International, is simple to genius: send brandy in a sea voyage around the world for maturing. Even in ancient times merchants carrying barrels of liquor, so that was open process for the preparation of Madeira. As for whiskey, rums, brandies, in the process of swimming they received special taste, so there were many brands with marine symbols. Christopher Celt decided to revive this tradition. He is the owner of a large collection of alcohols from the subregion Grande Champagne, where you can find rare vintages 1842. He made a bid for the region, it is in the Grande Champagne thanks to the favorable climate and chalky soil are born the greatest cognacs modernity.
During the world tour cognacs fatten "body" become more rounded. Some experts see the reason for the unusual structure of cognac in constant agitation alcohol during pitching. Sea mixing alcohols into a single harmonious whole as would not have any Master Blender. Other experts point to a change in temperature and atmospheric pressure, thereby actively wood "breathes", giving valuable properties of the drink. Anyway, in a swimming activated extraction of lignins (complex phenolic polymer), which affect the aroma and flavor of vanilla derived from the intercellular space of oak wood. 90 days of sailing the quality of cognac increases as in the 10-year delay. Skirting the globe, Grande Champagne cognacs are returned to Bordeaux, Chateau de Saint-Aubin, where after 3-6 "honey" months after assemblage bottled, follows the shape of an old sea decanter.