Courvoisier VS Cognac is a blend of several crus aged between three and seven years, composed principally of Fins Bois with a balancing hand of Petite Champagne.
“This crowd-pleasing Cognac has honey and vanilla aromas, plus a touch of violet. The palate is smooth, with luscious undercurrents of vanilla and butterscotch giving way to bold dried apricot and an echo of baking spice on the finish. Sip or mix.”
Legend has it that in 1811, Napoleon Bonaparte visited the Courvoisier warehouses run by Emmanuel Courvoisier and his associate Louis Gallois. Later, the French leader took several barrels of the cognac with him to St. Helena. The English officers on his ship enjoyed it so much that they nicknamed Courvoisier “The Cognac of Napoleon.” Currently, Courvoisier is one of the leading cognac houses worldwide and continues to excel in the spirits category with its renowned blends.