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#1. Rémy Martin XO Excellence

4.5
192 ratings
19
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Rémy Martin® XO is the signature of our Cellar Master who, with his expertise, blends up to 400 eaux-de-vie from the two most-sought after vineyards of Cognac - Petite and Grande Champagne. His art of blending allows to express the full aromatic spectrum of this extra-old Cognac. Rémy Martin XO is the ultimate expression of Fine Champagne and a tribute to our passionate commitment to time, tradition and respect of the land. A true symbol of luxury and prestige thanks to its complexity and iconic bottle shape. Serve Rémy Martin XO straight, with a large ice cube or in classic cocktails.

#2. Hennessy XO Gift Set

4.4
155 ratings
16
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Since its founding in 1765, Hennessy has been guided by a passion to craft the world’s finest Cognacs - our drive to Never Stop. Never Settle. Hennessy Cognac is crafted with a strict set of standards defined by the Master Blender Renaud Fillioux de Gironde and handed down from generation to generation. However, when it comes to enjoying Cognac, we haven’t followed any rules since 1765. Created in 1870 by Maurice Hennessy for his circle of close friends, Hennessy X.O was the first “Extra Old” Cognac ever invented and established the category. In 1947, Gérald de Geoffre designed the first Hennessy X.O decanter, whose distinctive form is still familiar to us today. Its silhouette is a tribute to the pyramid-like forms of the grape bunches that give birth to the Cognac eaux-de-vie. Hennessy X.O's intense and deep amber color is a sign of its strength. Its flavors of candied fruit and its subtle and lightly spicy nose create a complete harmony: a mark of its power and roundness. To taste, a smooth, full sensation gives a simultaneously powerful and soft tonality with a hint of cocoa and a warm, fruity presence. The long finish expresses all the complexity of the cognac’s blending and its long ageing process. Best enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or with a splash of soda water..

#3. Courvoisier XO Cognac

4.6
136 ratings
11
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Courvoisier® XO is a selection by our Master Blender of beautifully matured eaux de vie, aged from 11 to 25 years, to highlight the complexity and richness of cognac aromas. The finished product is intensely aromatic and flavourful, with a velvety texture and aromatic bouquet, laced with hints of crème brûlée, candied orange and iris flower.

#4. Hennessy XO Ice Experience Cognac

4.5
133 ratings
13
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A gift pack containing a bottle of Hennessy XO and a pair of glasses to share it from. The original 'extra-old' Cognac, first bottled in 1870 by Maurice Hennessy for family and friends. Darker and much more complex than the VSOP, with appealing leather and tobacco notes and a touch of spice – a great cigar Cognac.

#5. Louis Royer XO Cognac

4.3
72 ratings
10
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Famous for its bee emblem, Cognac Louis Royer traces its history back to the year 1853 and is known for a wide range of quality cognacs and Pineau. Creating cognacs from all six terroirs of the Cognac growing region, the offices and cellars of Louis Royer remain in the town of Jarnac on the banks of the Charente River where they were set up over 150 years ago. Very much continuing with the traditional methods championed by the cognac house’s name sake, Louis Royer boasts five generations of family experience and skill that continue to produce a full range of cognacs distributed on a world wide scale.

#6. Camus XO Elegance

4.3
52 ratings
7
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95 PTS WINE ENTHUSIAST 2013. Camus XO Elegance is best when allowed time to open. The palate is light at first, with vanilla and caramel deepening to a fruity finish full of apricot and orange flavors

#7. Hardy XO Rare Cognac

4.0
38 ratings
7
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Sunset-orange color. Savory bouquet is ripe and fruity through all sniffings. The stunningly elegant flavors marry ripe pear, roasted almond and apricot scents to cheese-like rancio. Finishes firmly and long. An opulent, plump style.

#8. Paul Beau Hors d’Age Cognac

4.5
32 ratings
3
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With a history dating back to the 19th century, the house of Paul Beau Cognac boasts over 100 hectares of prime Grande Champagne vineyards. As with so many of the smaller family run concerns, Beau cognac started by selling all of their eaux-de-vie to the big cognac houses. However, after the business was handed down from the founder to his son, changes were put in place to commence selling some of their wares under their own label, and the brand ‘Paul Beau’ was born.

#9. D’USSÉ® XO Cognac

4.6
29 ratings
2
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D’USSÉ XO is a masterful blend by the world’s most senior Maître de Chai, Michel Casavecchia. Made from meticulously hand-selected eaux-de-vie aged ten years or more, D’USSÉ XO has earned its place as the pinnacle of the ultra-premium spirits category.

#10. Cognac Park XO Cigar Blend Vieille Fine Champagne

4.4
26 ratings
3
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Cognac and cigars have always been enjoyed together. In fact, many cognacs are described as having a cigar box or tobacco aromatic note. Thus, Maison Tessendier set out to make a Cognac that was unabashedly cigar-friendly, which means it’s a Cognac of high intensity, with a big, fruity character. Much of that comes from aging; to create Park XO Cigar Blend, Distillerie Tessendier blends Cognacs from Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne that have been in the barrels with a medium toast, for a minimum of 30 years, predominantly in humid cellars. The Cognac Park brand was created in 1995 and, at that time, was a new project between the Tessendier family and Dominic Park, a Scotsman who sought out the Tessendier family for their generations of experience in the Cognac trade. The distillery itself was founded in 1880, when Gaston Tessendier tended his family vineyards located in the prestigious growing area of the Borderies, acting on his ambition to create outstanding Cognac. Single-mindedly, Gaston learned to work his vineyards and later, with the help of his son, began distillation of his wines. The company has remained in the Tessendier family through four generations. Today, the current family estate remains at Domaine Du Buisson, its original site, housing the family’s vineyards and winery. It is composed of more than 25 hectares in the heart of one of the most exclusive growing regions, the Borderies.