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How To Drink Cognac

Cognac is a premium spirit that's typically enjoyed as...

Stage 06 of Cognac: Cognac Barrels & Jars

The Art of Aging: Exploring Cognac Barrels and Bottles...

Stage 03 of Cognac: Fermentation

A Brief Affair: The Short-Lived Romance of Fermentation in...

A Brief Introduction to VS Cognacs

Let's tale a look into the fascinating world of...

Pairing Food and Desserts With Cognac

Cognac is a luxurious spirit that’s been enjoyed for...

Cognac Review: Kelt Tour du Monde Commodore Cognac

This Cognac has a most interesting history.   Kelt sent...
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Things To Do in the Town of Cognac – Visit the Indoor Marketplace

On the left bank of Cognac, near the Old Town and Place d’ Armes, is where the liveliest indoor market in the Poitou-Charentes region...

Stage 04 of Cognac: Double Distillation Process

Cognac, a world-renowned French brandy, is celebrated for its rich history, intricate production process, and unique taste. A crucial step in the creation of...

Do You Chill Cognac?

Whether or not to chill Cognac is a matter of personal preference. Some people prefer to drink Cognac neat, at room temperature, to fully...

What Are the Cognac Crus (Growing Regions)?

Here are the six crus (growing regions) in Cognac, listed in order of importance: Grande Champagne Petite Champagne Borderies Fins Bois Bons Bois Bois Ordinaires Cognac is produced exclusively in the...

Stage 15 of Cognac: The History

The Global Journey of Cognac: From Napoleon to Modern China Cognac, a renowned French brandy, has a rich history that spans continents and empires. From...

The Charentaise Method – Double Distillation in Copper Stills

The Charentaise method, also known as double distillation, is the traditional process used to distill Cognac and other brandies in the Cognac region of...