By : Godet
In March 2008, Jean-Jacques Godet, embarked on a sailing trip to Antarctica accompanied by 10 crew members. They landed on the Antarctic continent, at 70 degrees south of the equator. Never has such a small yacht succeeded in docking at such a level, a record was broken.
In honour of the accomplishment Cognac godet has created a unique cognac inspired by the purity and beauty of Antarctica. It is a cognac that was once itself endangered. Created from the Folle Blanche, it is a vine that only narrowly survived extinction from the Phylloxera of 1870. - Producer
|Aroma||Floral, hints of caramel sweetness, chamomile, a hint of juniper, some dried apricot|
|Best Served||Keep the bottle in your freezer. Serve iced cold in shot or in a cognac glass. Drink it neat or in a cocktail|
|Palate||Good sweetness, dried fruits, a little chamomile again, sultana and orange blossom. Full, spicy and juniper-rich|