TIMELESS RANGE

Each cognac from “The Timeless” range has its own style with elegance and finesse as the common denominator.

Different blends and lengths of aging give to each “member of the family” its own personality that will satisfy the most demanding epicurians.

With a minimum of 50% of Grande Champagne in the blend, our Timeless range of cognacs is a true sensory journey, an invitation to contemplation.

NAPOLÉON

50%
Grande Champagne
50%
Petite Champagne
Cognac Years 15 18

NOSE
Supple and smooth, the freshness of its bouquet is accompanied by scents of vanilla and basswood.

TASTING NOTES
Easy palate with candied fruit notes. Good balance between the sharpness of a young cognac and the full-bodied roundness of a matured blend.

ABV 40%

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XO

50%
Grande Champagne
50%
Petite Champagne
Cognac Years 18 20

NOSE
Initial notes of black pepper and vanilla give way to spicy, floral notes.

TASTING NOTES
With a hint of dark toffee and almond, followed by a bittersweet, creamy flavour. Voluptuous and well-balanced. Expressive, lively and elegant finish.

ABV 40%

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F. Paul Pacult, New York,
Editor of the Spirit Journal

“Attractive amber/honey hue. Ideal purity. The first sniff of black pepper and old oak gives way to spicy, floral notes. Then resin, wet slate and dried herbs. Bold aroma, much virility. The palate entry is bittersweet savour.”

Mike Steinberger, United States
Wine and Spirits Critic

“Buttery-smooth elixir with a bouquet of honey, nuts, baking spices, flowers and mineral.”

RÉSERVE SPÉCIALE

50%
Grande Champagne
50%
Petite Champagne
Cognac Years 25 30

NOSE
Initial oak aromas lead to vanilla, citrus notes with a finish of roast almonds and nougat.

TASTING NOTES
A full-bodied bouquet with overtones of caramel and secondary notes of black tea, honey and ancient oak. A rich and full palate with good length and elegance.

ABV 40%

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MÉMORIAL

60%
Grande Champagne
40%
Petite Champagne
Cognac Years 40 45

NOSE
A sumptuous bouquet with a rich and complex aromatic palette combining green pepper, fresh apple, spices, tobacco, roast coffee beans, cocoa and ‘rancio’.

TASTING NOTES
A full-bodied and mellow palate with subtle touches of anise, violets and licorice. Long aftertaste of smooth honeyed notes. Elegant, clean and well-balanced with excellent length.

ABV 42%

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Jon Bonné, San Francisco Chronicle

“Intense fruit and earth, with mango, pine needle, deep loam (terreau) and fine wood. A hint of Sherry-like rancio, giving way to a huge burst of flavour, but never losing its eloquence”

Andreas Larsson, world best sommeliers 2007

“Dark amber colour and of crystal brilliance, spicy aromas of pepper on the nose elegant with layers of complexity on the palate. Confirms its complexity with a long slightly hot finish. Well-structured cognac outstanding quality.”

EXCEPTION

60%
Grande Champagne
40%
Petite Champagne
Cognac Years 40 60

NOSE
Initial notes of old oak and roast pear with overtones of almond, followed by nougat and ‘rancio’ notes.

TASTING NOTES
Complex and impressive length with a slight burning sensation on the finish. Exceptional aromatic richness resulting in a lovely complexity. The very best of our range of blends.

ABV 43%

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RÉSERVE ARISTIDE

100%
Grande Champagne
Cognac Years 50

NOSE
Aromas of spice, baked peach, black pepper, licorice, fig, nutmeg, cloves, honey, violets and marzipan.

TASTING NOTES
Robust concentration with a long depth and excellent finish.

ABV 50%

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Jean Aubry, Montreal

“The most perfect example of an eau-de-vie that reveals itself like Russian nesting dolls. Once you have started you can’t stop yourself looking ever further.”

THE AUDRY QUALITY

Since its inception, quality has always been a priority for the Audry House. Their cognacs are a blend of eaux-de-vies gleaned exclusively from Petite and Grande Champagne regions. The specific soil where these grapes are grown offers great potential for a long aging process, allowing rich and complex notes to develop. The longer the aging process, the more voluptuous the finish, inviting a complexity based on powerful flavours that are balanced out with lighter notes. The progression of the tasting allows one to fully appreciate the beautifully smooth body of this exquisite tipple.

When Aristide Boisson passed away in 1950, he left precious casks of eaux-de-vies forgotten in the family cellar. There, they remained patiently until 1984, when Bernard Boisson, his son, discovered these precious casks. With 40 years to develop under perfect conditions, this priceless collection of eaux-de-vie has matured into an exceptional and rare treasure.