Wednesday, June 3, 2009
It's not your daddy's cognac...
The past few months I've been delighted by all of the new launches that have taken place with a lot of the classic distilleries. Interestingly enough almost of them have been converted to black, here is one more added to the mix.
Hennessy Black is a unique in that at its inception it actually is a wine with grapes used from where else but Cognac, Italy. It's then distilled twice and stored in old cognac oak cast for a period of 8 years.
Its hand consist of scent of jasmine, daffodils, and orange flowers, delicately mixed with hint of citrus, honey, and fresh grapes.
Definitely sounds like something I need to get my hands on.