Remy Martin 1738 Royal Accord Cognac, 70 cl
Regular price £45.49
Behind its regal appearance lie mellow and rich flavors that are smooth and well-balanced on the palate. It features a unique aromatic profile with notes of plum and fig marmalade beautifully blended with intense oaky notes of toffee and toasted bread leaving a mellow tang of baked spices upon your taste buds. Best enjoyed on the rocks or with a dark chocolate on the side. Generous notes of plum and fig marmalade rounded out by intense oaky notes of toffee and toasted bread. Read more.
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To say that Remy Martin has been around for a while is something of an under statement. Their roots stretch as far back as 1724 when the business was first established. Another key date comes much later in 1948 when Remy Martin decided to source their grapes from only 2 of the 6 regions within Cognac- Grande and Petit Champagne. This can be seen as a very strong quality statement as these two regions are generally considered to provide the best grapes in the region.
Generous with hints of dark Chocolate
Between the Sheets Cocktail Recipe
The Sidecar is a pre-Prohibition classic that features cognac, orange liqueur and fresh lemon juice. It has stood the test of time and remains in heavy rotation today at bars and in homes around the world. If you like the Sidecar, you should meet its lesser-known cousin, the Between the Sheets. Conventional belief credits the cocktail to Harry’s New York Bar in Paris, where acclaimed bartender and author Harry MacElhone, supposedly created it in the 1920s. MacElhone has contributed several other classics to the boozy realm, including the White Lady and the Old Pal, so drinkers are forever in his debt. The Between the Sheets starts as a Sidecar but diverges with a measure of light rum and skips the customary sugared rim. This two-spirit base lends complexity, merging the rich oak and fruit notes of cognac with the dry, tropical notes of light rum. Enlist high-quality bottles for each, but there’s no need to go overboard. Pick up a V.S. or V.S.O.P. cognac and an unaged or lightly aged rum, and you’ll be golden. A rich triple sec with some heft will round the edges of the spirits and provide a touch of bitter-orange sweetness.