A tradition 300 years in the making, Martell is the oldest of the great Cognac houses in France. Blending their first VSOP Cognac in 1831, Martell has a rich history of tradition and excellence that has only grown since. Their cognac was even served at the coronation of King George V in 1911, and on the Queen Mary's maiden voyage in 1936. Such a well crafted spirit has earned a place in history, and they only continue to expand their legacy. In 2005, Martell made available their next generation of cognacs, starting with their Cognac XO. The eye-catching, arch shaped bottle is a distinctive symbol of the tradition and power of the Martell brand, which serves as a reminder to the vision of Jean Martell. An intense and rick start follows with a mellow serenity of the Borderies, leaving behind a silky smooth finish. The legacy of the Martell family lives on through their Cognac XO.
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