Rémy Martin, Fine Champagne Cognac, 1738 Accord Royal, 70cl
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I'm a single malt girl normally but the son loves cognac and Remy so bought this to treat him and wow. A Cognac that celebrates the Louis XV's decision to grant a young Rémy Martin the right to plant new vines on his land (banned in France at the time) with the Accord Royal in 1738.
Also sign me up for newsletters so I can get special offers, recommendations, and expert advice to my inbox!It's said that the Cognac was enjoyed at the King's court at the time, with Rémy having planted his first vineyard in 1724.
Born from the cask and named after a royal approval, RémyMartin 1738 Accord Royal is a truly distinctive cognac; particularly smooth with a blend of uniquely oaky eaux-de-vie. Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is particularly recommended in classic cocktails like the Sidecar, in a Collins, or in signature cocktails made by the most talented bartenders.Simply pour 30ml Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal, 20ml Cointreau, and 10ml lemon juice into a shaker filled with ice. If you still want to visit this version, we cannot be responsible for content that would not be compliant with your local restrictions. This unique blend of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal commemorates the reward of excellence bestowed on Rémy Martin by the King Louis XV of France in 1738.
This unique blend of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal commemorates the reward of excellence bestowed on Rémy Martin by King Louis XV of France in 1738. According to Baptiste Loiseau, Rémy Martin’s Cellar Master, the texture of the thin pizza crust, followed by the intense salty flavor of bacon and parmesan enhance the creaminess and round oakiness of 1738 Accord Royal.
The long and particularly soft barrel toasting brings extraordinary smoothness to 1738 Accord Royal, as well as subtle notes of toasted bread, vanilla and brioche.