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The Cognac / Armagnac / Calvados / Brandy Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Huntsman, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. PITAronin

    PITAronin Senior member

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    The XO is quite nice (as are, IMO, pretty much all of their offerings). Not long ago my daughter was out in California at Ledgers Liquors in Berkeley and brought me back a bottle of the G-R Heirloom Apple Brandy as well as (yum) a bottle of the 16-year-old single barrel brandy that was- in this case - distilled from Semillon grapes.
     
  2. Amanda Garnham

    Amanda Garnham New Member

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    I agree that it is ridiculously cheap, though you will find that this is often the case with Armagnac. It is often sold too cheaply but do not feel that that means it is an inferior product. Armagnac is always good value for money anyway and rather than bling expensive bottles, you will find that the producers prefer to have the quality in the bottle rather than spending big money on the packaging.

    Please do contact me if you want any particular suggestions. I work with the Armagnac producers all of the time.
     
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