In celebration of the House’s Tricentenary, Martell Cellar Master Benoît Fil has crafted this unique re-edition of the legendary cognac Martell Cordon Bleu, originally created by Edouard Martell – the tenth descendant of the House’s founder – in 1912. The blend rested in barrels crafted from a 300-year old oak tree.
Christophe Valtaud, Cellar Master
As part of their Tricentenary celebrations, Martell wanted to pay tribute to their origins and this limited edition is the perfect expression. Cordon Bleu “A Tribute to Martell’s 300 year anniversary” combines more than one hundred eaux-de-vie from the four most prestigious vineyards in Cognac: Petite Champagne, Grande Champagne, Fins Bois and Borderies. balance.
The delicate and fruity hallmark of the Borderies has become the signature of Martell, characteristic of its style, which can be summed up in three words: elegance, complexity and balance.
An explosion of deliciously fruited, spice notes. Elegance linked to aromatic richness.
Deep, golden copper.
Orchard fruits: Crystallized plums and apples.
Roasted notes: Mocha coffee, toasted almonds, vetiver.
Rich spice aromas: Cinnamon, orange tree flower, honey and beeswax.
Sustained finish with fruit and spice notes.
The preponderance of Borderies eaux-de-vie gives Martell Cordon Bleu an elegant, mellow and complex character.