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Drink Review: Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac

A legendary Cognac from the prestigious house of Remy Martin, Louis XIII (Treize) contains Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie aged between 40 and 100 years and packaged in a gorgeous Baccarat decanter.

Louis Xiii Cognac Review:

Louis XIII is a creation of relative tradition and beauty; the eaux-de-vie are aged in oak casks for up to 100 years before their final distillation process, resulting in a whiskey that is golden amber in color. The blend is made of cognacs blended from as much as three different types of eaux-de-vie, each one led by a particular single grape brandy.

Louis XIII Cognac: Louis XIII Cognac is a sensational cognac that is intense but graceful. The original concept of cognac has been well-preserved. The eaux-de-vie are selected, distilled, and matured for hundreds of years in oak casks. Aged to perfection, the distillate is distilled twice and then allowed to mature in oak casks for a period of years, where it picks up its distinctive color, flavor, and aroma. An elegant and rare cognac, Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac is one of the many fabulous cognacs available from the house of Remy Martin.

Louis Xiii Cognac Review:

Momentous cognac.Elegant.Full of finesse and character. You don’t need to be a connoisseur to appreciate the flavors presented by Louis XIII Remy Martin. A historic cognac from within the ranks of legendary houses. I’m not even sure what this cognac is but it certainly has character.

My purest sense of cognac abides with an immaculate nose that’s a jewel in an oyster shell. Hints of white fruit and juniper in a harmonious final dance that is a testament to the quality of Cognac.

Louis XXIII may be a momentous cognac. Elegant.Full of finesse and character. You don’t need to be a connoisseur to appreciate the flavors presented by Louis XIII Remy Martin. A historic cognac from within the ranks of legendary houses. I’m not even sure what this cognac is but it certainly has character.

A tasty, smooth cognac; light and eminently long. Just the way I like it, a champagne body with a robust oak finish. The finish is clean and very nicely balanced.

This Cognac is a bit monochromatic. The heavy body carries the flavor of the eaux-de-vie and the long finish is composed of a single wood I don’t even recognize, light and spicy.

Tasted at a tasting of whiskies from the company Stone. Several interesting options were available but Louis XIII was the oldest brand in the mix, an honest cognac that’s priced very well.

Louis XIII Remy Martin Cognac is interesting to consider. It’s one of the top eaux-de-vie blended from fine grapes crafted by Remy Martin. This was a neat whisky and it felt understated by the label, a high class whisky that I’d easily pay a few bucks more to try again.

Louis XIII Cognac has character. The nose has a pleasant aroma, there’s alcohol in there but I’m not getting to know a barrel of this. The blended Cognac is great and I love this brandy, it’s a very pleasant companion in the tasting room.

I’m very surprised at the depth of flavor as well as the presence. It’s a blend of Cognac that’s been aged for decades while restrained by the elegance of the oak. There’s an unobtrusive oak that runs beneath and between the flavors, and they’re great in turn. I love this stuff, it’s really great.

Louis XIII Remy Martin Cognac is one of the most well-tended cognacs I’ve ever enjoyed. The nose is interesting and complex, the palate is clear and busy, but the long finish is composed of a single wood from oak that’s light and spicy. There’s a layer of the essence of this cognac through each passage.

Louis XIII Remy Martin Cognac is elegant and sophisticated. The tasting notes are very clear, the color is very well crafted, and the finish is combative. The cognac is fantastic, the composition light and ethereal, the flavors elegant and refined but not saccharine. This is an elegant and classy cognac and it’s a lot of fun to enjoy.

Louis XIII Remy Martin Cognac is good, a truly good example of a cognac of good quality. The nose is pure and simple and the cognac is white and fluffy and finely balanced. Just pure perfection.

Louis XIII Remy Martin Cognac is remarkable and elegant. The nose is hard to figure, the aromas are earthy and fresh. The cognac is clean and well flavored but complex and very well rounded.

Written by Mark Adams

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