Rated 92 - The single-batch bottling, aged at least seven years, resembles one that might be used for a craft rye whiskey, and from the taste...
Woody and nutty, with a little sweetness. Develops rounded floral notes, with elements of berries, vanilla spice and plenty of oak later on.
Hennessy V.S. Cognac is very bold and opens with sweet wood and nutty fragrances to remind you that it is in the room. The palate is warm and...
Rated 93 - This is the original XO, the one that created the category. “From 12 to 30 years old, with an average of 12 years,” according to the...
Rated 93 - From Grande Champagne and aged an average of 20 years. Light copper in color, with a subtle nose redolent of fresh flowers at first, but...
Rated 95 - Aromas of apricot, honeysuckle, and fresh fig overlie rich buttery, baked notes on the nose. The palate presents as a decadent mélange...
Rated 92 - A blend of Grande and Petite Champagne with an average age of seven years. Deep copper with aromas of maple and lavender, and more dried...
Rated 85-89 - Pretty topaz color. Opening bouquet is round, assertive and pear- and nectarine-like; further air exposure unearths harmonious scents...
Rated 91 - Gentle aromas of both fresh and baked red apples. The texture is medium rich with layers of spices, coffee, toffee and charred orange...
Rated 90 - Stewed sweet plum, baked raisin, pie crust, and vanillin lead elegant nose of this refined Cognac. The palate has honeyed richness and...
Rated 96 - USC Assistant Chairman Sean Ludford's notes: Harmoniously balanced with a silky texture that provides the perfect backdrop for lush...