Le Voyage de Delamain Cognac

    Tasting Notes Le Voyage packs leather, musk, and cherry-strawberry perfume alongside gobs of ripe fruit, toasty wood, unctuous vanilla, and layers of spice. Worth Knowing The company celebrates its founder’s journey back to France with the exquisite Le Voyage de Delamain. Although Delamain does not publish the exact ages of the components of Le Voyage, the firm’s blending team selects the components for this Cognac from the many long-aged eaux-de-vie resting in large, well-sealed glass demijohns in the house’s cellars near the Charente River. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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