Jean-Luc Pasquet - ~37YO, Le Cognac de Claude, 1984/2021, 49.8% (WN90) (分現金/信用卡價)
Jean-Luc Pasquet - ~37YO, Le Cognac de Claude, 1984/2021, 49.8%
Type : Cognac
Region: Grande Champagne
Bottled : 2021
Strength : 49.8% vol.
Content : 500ml
Lot 84即 1984 Distilled
Whiskynotes: 90 pts
Cash/ Payme/ FPS價：$1,500 (下單後cash/payme/FPS比錢時直接比此價就ok)
Credit Card價: $1,550 (下單時跟網站直接用信用卡比錢就ok)
Online tasting note for reference (extract from Cognac Expert):
I first smell sparkling clean miel de fleurs, a medium strength floral honey found all over the place here in France. Then I get a sweet tobacco note. I’ve smelled this sweet tobacco note in some men’s fragrances. And after those initial waves of smells comes a layer of fruit: mirabelle plums, greengages, and fruit cocktail cups in syrup.
After getting over the balance of the Cognac, I’m met with layers of fruit: mirabelle plums, sultanas in syrup, and fruit cocktail cups – peaches, mandarins, and some white grapes (from my childhood days). The previously mentioned miel de fleurs is present too, and pate de coing shows up as well. Interesting, the sweet earthy tobacco note only showed up on the nose for me, not in the mouth.
Dare I say the finish is so long that it even bothers me. Seriously, the fruit, honey, and spice flavors linger so long on the entirety of my tongue that taking another sip feels like an interruption. I have no problem taking my time, but these flavors struggle to fade away. I know, what an unhelpful complaint. Kidding aside, I’m impressed by the depth of flavor, the richness of texture, and length of the fruit, earth, and spice notes. I might not brush my teeth tonight.