Cognac is a variety of high-quality brandy named after French town, Cognac. In fact for a brandy to be called a “cognac” it must be aged at least two years in oak casks; it must be produced from a specific blend of grapes; it must be distilled twice in copper stills and aged for at least two years in French oak casks.
Expensive cognacs have fascinated the rich and famous of our world. Here is a brief overview of the 10 most expensive cognacs in the world.
This smoky and rich cognac is made from a variety of blends, some of which date back to Nepoleon I. It has fragrances of dried apricot flowers and cinnamon. People who have enjoyed this cognac say that it is initially powerful but has a mellow aftertaste.
This powerful cognac is bottled, sealed and certified only upon request. It is an extraordinarily concentrated drink. It is aged 98 years in oak barrels.