Courvoisier VS Cognac
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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. The fusion of younger and older cognacs gives Courvoisier VS a fruity, delicate taste and a bouquet filled with ripe fruit and spring flowers. The aroma is rich, fresh and oaky, balanced with the vigour of a young cognac.View all products by Courvoisier
When you want to step into the world of fine cognacs, a glass of the award-winning Courvoisier VS Cognac is the ideal choice. Standing for “Very Special," Courvoisier is a blend of Fins Bois and Petite Champagne grapes from France, mashed, distilled and aged between three and seven years in oak barrels. This gives it a subtler flavor from cognacs aged longer, allowing it to mix in a variety of cocktails.
Pop open a bottle of Courvoisier VS Cognac to let loose the smell of toffee, prunes, orange peel and a hint of coffee. Each bit is subtle, yet it mixes well for a wonderful aroma. It's sharp and spicy on the tongue at the onset, but this quickly makes way to fruity flavors with a floral note on top. It finishes with the smoky, oak flavor that comes from the aging process.
VS cognacs typically are prepared neat, but there are plenty of cocktail options for you to experiment with. A Midnight in Paris blends Courvoisier with Ginger Ale and a twist of orange for a refreshing treat, while a Sidecar combines triple sec and lemon juice with the famous cognac. When you're in the mood for a fruity, yet sophisticated cocktail, run to Drizly and buy yourself a bottle of Courvoisier VS.