At the first nose, the flowery side of the Borderies is clearly expressed, with its notes of candied violet, dried flowers, spicy roses.
The second nose is deeper, denser and there is a rancio elegant, little woody, caused by the oxidation of fat contained in alcohol, that time has made noble. Spices are more frank, cigar box, liquorice.
On the palate, the attack is frank, mineral, one is immediately seized by the quality. The development is both powerful and contained, the texture turns oily. It finishes long with blackcurrant buds.
Extremely rare and exceptional cognac which has passed through key events in history.