For nearly 200 years Courvoisier Cognac has been a staple of France's rich spirit history. It has been such an integral part of French life that it was served at the opening of the Eiffel Tower in 1889, and has sported the nickname "The Cognac of Napoleon", as it was the favorite spirit of Emperor Bonaparte. Of the many varieties of Courvoisier Cognac available, there is one that stands out from the rest. Courvoisier XO is an exotic blend of rich vanilla and light creme brûlée flavors accented with candied orange and iris floral notes. The astonishing blend of deep aromas and natural flavors has taken decades to perfect, so it is best taken neat. Cognac is traditional warmed before serving, however Courvoisier XO is best served at room temperature. The perfection found in Courvoisier XO is echoed by its many awards, including the Gold Medal at the 2011 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, and the Silver Medal at the 2013 International Wine and Spirits Competition.
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