Martell Cordon Bleu has achieved iconic status since it was created by Edouard Martell in 1912. This success is largely thanks to the smoothness of its blend, composed of over one hundred eaux-de-vie, above all the influence of the very rare and sought after eaux-de-vie from the small Borderies growing region, representing just 5% of Cognac vineyards. Martell Cordon Bleu Extra is a faithful tribute to Martell Cordon Bleu. Following Martell tradition, Martell Cordon Bleu Extra features double distillation of clear wines for exceptional finesse, which are then kept in casks of fine-grained oak to slowly concentrate their aromas without sacrificing their subtle sophistication. But while Martell Cordon Bleu is notable for the influence of rare grapes from the Borderies region, Martell Cordon Bleu Extra benefits from the addition of a generous portion of very old Borderies spirits, which add intense candied fruit aromas for a luscious cognac of remarkable roundness and elegance.
Martell Cordon Bleu Extra is defined by its remarkable roundness with intense candied fruit aromas. Martell Cordon Bleu Extra can be enjoyed neat and on the rocks
Amber, with mahogany tone
Firstly, ‘Tarte Tatin’ notes with sweet spices as cinnamon. Then fine notes of dried fruits as apricot, grapes, almonds
Well rounded mellowness. A vivid start with blackcurrant notes, then the very same dried fruits aromas (grapes, fig, nuts). Elegance & balance, sustained finish, rich and luscious with expressive notes of candied orange peels.