Bourbon: review 8 brands + sub-brands
Bourbon is a real American alcoholic drink, which is produced mainly from corn. Interestingly, the only state in America where the production of this drink is allowed at the legislative…

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How to make brandy?
Next - a few words about the production technology of brandy. October is coming. Going white grapes. This is usually a sort of “uni blanc” (in 90% of cases, it…

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UKRAINIAN COGNAC - “LYKER OF GODS” OR POISON?
The market of alcoholic products in Ukraine offers the buyer a wide range of products - both domestic drinks and imported alcohol from even the most remote corners of the…

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Similarities and differences of cognac and armagnac

The question of what ties are connected cognac and Armagnac, worries many connoisseurs of the alcohol industry. This question is in many ways similar to the problem of chicken and eggs, since so far, despite the fact that the history of the French alcohol industry has already been studied “far and wide”, there are “experts” who relate the relationship of cognac and Armagnac to a logical paradox. In general, on this topic you can find a lot of interesting and sometimes even funny information. Continue reading

Cognac classification by aging: western gradation

When buying brandy or even grape brandy made according to the cognac technology, one should have an idea about the classification of these drinks according to their aging time. As is known, the technology of making brandy involves placing grape alcohol or a blend of grape spirits for a certain period in an oak barrel. Continue reading

Cognac

Cognac, unlike the other three C, does not contain alkaloids. But ethyl alcohol, constituting at least 40 volume fractions of your glass, is the same causative agent of the central nervous system as all the above-listed delicacies. Ethanol acts as a vasodilator, and thus, in particular, promotes the flow of blood to the stomach, helping it to digest our meal. Not for nothing in all countries of the world it is customary to drink a glass of a noble strong drink, as a digestif, which helps digestion. Continue reading

Armagnac Jeannot: history, overview of species and tastes
Armagnac is one of three varieties of authentic French brandy. The other two include Calvados and Cognac. Armagnac is the oldest and oldest brandy in France and, possibly, all over…

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Cognac Distillation
Many centuries ago, a man discovered such a stupefying, strong and at the same time so mild alcoholic beverage, like the famous cognac. Ninety people out of a hundred must…

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How to drink brandy?
French playwright Jean-Claude Briswil wrote the play "Dinner", where Talleyrand teaches Minister Fouche to drink cognac. There is a very curious scene: “With your permission, they do not drink cognac…

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Cognac Ararat: history, review of taste and types
For 130 years, the Ararat brand has embodied the traditions and impeccable quality of Armenian brandy. The product range of the plant is extremely diverse. Currently, products are exported to…

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