That is when they decided to proudly represent their house and sell their own labels. So, they are pretty much new in this business, however, with a long tradition and one of the largest collections of aged cognac reserves in the world. I think this brand has a bright and successful future, and they are maybe undervalued right now. One of the big pros is also that they are selling only high-end XO and beyond cognacs. Not to mention that they have more than 175 years old spirits.
My choice was Tesseron Royal Blend Rare Cognac. There are only 1000 bottles of this extraordinary blend on the market and I am the lucky one, who can enjoy it. The price is around 800€ and I must say it’s fair. It’s bottled in hand-blown glass “Bonbonnes”, specially commissioned from a French master glassblower and it’s an art by itself. Royal Blend spends the early months in new Limousin oak casks and later completes its aging for two generations in “Tierçons”, the oldest and the most precious barrels. It comes from a selection of some fifty Grande Champagne Cognacs with components between 50 and 100 years of age.
Tesseron Royal Blend Rare Cognac Tasting Notes
Tesseron Royal Blend Rare Cognac is multi-layered, nicely rounded with full of floral aromas, and immediately after it nice fruity experience. There are some apricots with almonds or perhaps dry walnuts, which determines some great age. Of course, you will find some wood, tobacco, or more like cigar boxes well rounded with a long aftertaste where some flowers kick again. Well, it’s more like summer or spring Cognac, but from all perspectives, it’s a sumptuous-luxurious Brandy and I think mine won’t see summer anyway. The finish is decently long with some dried apricots and more oak
Oh, did I mention Tesseron Royal Blend Rare Cognac was originally commissioned for the royal family (whose identity remains secret)? What do I have in common with Queen Elizabeth II? Most likely we drink the same cognac. Cheers, Your Highness! Joke aside, as you can see, Tesseron Royal Blend Review is great. if you have a chance to taste it, I strongly recommend it.