With eau-de-vie that's aged exclusively in French Limousin Oak barrels, Maxime Trijol VS Cognac is the most recent addition to the more than half-century legacy of quality Cognac from Maxime Trijol. The first year, aging is done in newer barrels, but as the process continues, the transfer moves meticulously toward older ones. The aromatic pleasures that result begin with a heavy fruit interpretation that hints primarily at orange peels. Spices are also evident, while a certain bite is established along with oak-based remnants. That wood also comes through in the dry taste, though the strong fruit base is retained as well. Also included are such alluring flavors as butterscotch and a variety of caramels. Such a concoction allows one to have a lengthy finish that suggests a toasted approach with some tang tossed in the mix. All told, that helps explain the award-winning prestige this Cognac holds with the public.
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