A. De Fussigny Cognac
A. De Fussigny Cognac is a beverage that has a golden color. The drink is aged in oak barrels, giving it the beautiful hue. The company that makes the cognac began in 1814. Although the alcohol content is 40 percent, there is not a burning sensation on finishing. There are hints of various nuts when tasting and a light hint of vanilla when opening the bottle. The cognac is produced in a region of France. A blend of fresh grapes is used in the process of making the cognac. It has been aged for about eight years, longer than other drinks that are similar.