Delamain Le Voyage cognac has been titled ‘Best of the Best’

Anything with an alcoholic content has my attention, be it liquor chocolates or chicken cooked in wine sauce or straight up tequila shots. Cognac isn’t my choice of drink, but I wouldn’t send it back. Delamian cellars are famous enough and I don’t need to go into a background on them. Delamain Le Voyage Cognac is their newest addeition to their fine set of spirits. It’s not just me who is praising their spirits though, the cognac was recently awarded “Best of the Best” 2008 Spirit by Anthony Dias Blue for Robb Report. That tempts you to go try it out, doesn’t it? The aromas it offers are leather, tobacco, coffee and spices along with grapes.

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Le Voyage is a blend of Grande Champagne that has been aged for many years. It is packed in a Baccarat crystal decanter and you will have to shell out $7,000 for one of these babies.

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