A legendary taste recognized by some of the most iconic personalities of the 20th century and the most discerning connoisseurs, a major reference among contemporary cognacs.
An extraordinarily complex blend of more than a hundred eaux-de-vie, true to its original style since 1912.
The emblem of Martell organoleptic style through the dominance of the Borderies crus, the most exclusive growth of the Cognac area.
Floral aromas and aromatic richness, resulting in a highly pleasurable taste.
To the Eye -- A deep, golden copper color
On the Nose -- Very lively, rich, and complex. Orchard fruits: plum, apple.
Roasted notes: mocha coffee, grilled almonds, and vetiver.
Spices: candied orange and cinnamon, honey, and beeswax.
In the Mouth -- An outstanding round, mellow sensation. An elegant, mellow, and complex quality.
A pleasingly long finish, with fruity, spicy notes of plum, candied orange, and cinnamon.