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Chateau Arton La Réserve is composed of a blend of entirely estate grown Haut Armagnacs - the rarest appelation - hand selected and blended by Patrick de Montal - whose family dates back 8 centuries in the region. Consistently, and highly awarded - this family owned, and estate grown Armagnac is a true representation of the authenticity of the category and immense character of the spirit.
Armagnac, one of the oldest, yet least known spirits categories in the world. Some say "Cognac is what the French sent around the world, Armagnac is what they kept to themselves". This unique spirit, distilled entirely from estate grown wines - Ugni Blanc and Colombard, is then aged in rich toasted barrels, constructed entirely by hand. Allowing the character of the spirit to evolve, and take on notes of fig, plum, caramel, vanilla, cocoa and tobacco. Enjoyed and revered by many Whisk(e)y, Rum, and other aged spirits connoisseurs. Neat, on the rocks, or in cocktail. One of a kind.
Bottle Size: 750ml
Please Drink Responsibly.
Shipping & Delivery
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Location of engraving on the bottle is at the discretion of our engravers and cannot be modified.
Dark FruitsRipe black plums, hints of dried apricot and subtle figs present.
Black teaTannins and layers of character similar to black teas.
TobaccoA note of pipe tobacco layered with rich leather.
CaramelRich caramel and nutty character round out the key notes.
“Recognized as not just the best Armagnac, but the very best Brandy in all of France”
|2 oz.||Château Arton La Réserve|
|2 dashes||Peychaud's Bitters|
|1||Kübler Absinthe rinse|
- Coat chilled rocks glass with Kübler Absinthe, dump out excess.
- Muddle sugar cube and bitters in mixing glass.
- Add Armagnac and ice.
- Stir and strain into glass.
- Express oil and garnish with lemon peel.