Martell Cognac Vsop Blue Swift Finished In Bourbon Casks 750ml
$102.99 price per bottle
Launched in 2016, Martell Blue Swift took the spirits industry and international markets by storm with its singularly rich, smooth taste. The first ever spirit drink made with Martell VSOP cognac, matured in French oak barrels and finished in Kentucky bourbon casks, Martell Blue Swift is the uniquely modern expression of the pioneering spirit of Maison Martell. Martell Blue Swift is created using Martell’s signature double distillation of exclusively clear wines to produce eaux-de-vie of exceptional purity, which subsequently absorb rich aromatic tones from the bourbon casks. The result is a lusciously smooth and original interpretation of the emblematic Martell style. A ground-breaking spirit drink encapsulating the pioneering spirit of Maison Martell. Gourmet notes of banana and caramelised pear introduce the subtle sweetness of vanilla, coconut and spices. A taste sensation of fullness and generosity in the mouth, with notes of ginger and candied fruit, followed by distinctive hints of toasted oak from the Kentucky bourbon casks. Martell Blue Swift can be served neat, on the rocks or with ginger ale, and will also bring a French twist to classic bourbon cocktails. Technical notes 40. 00%
Recipe Martell Blue Swift can be served neat, on the rocks or with ginger ale, and will also bring a French twist to classic bourbon cocktails. - ON ICE The best of two worlds: the fruity notes, the finesse and structure of Martell VSOP associated with vanilla and spicy notes from the bourbon. - BLUE SWIFT COCKTAILS Blue Swift is the perfect ingredient for cocktails. It smoothens the acidity of citruses juices and enables a perfect equilibrium of flavors. If used with products that are wine-based or plant-based, its aromatic intensity amplifies the complexity of the cocktail without taking over the other ingredients . - LENGHTENED WITH MIXER When Blue Swift is mixed with coke or ginger ale, its aromatic richness compensates for the sensation of sweetness of the mixer to which it is associated with.
Producer Martell, the oldest of the great Cognac houses, was founded by Jean Martell in 1715 at the height of French Art de Vivre, when gastronomy, taste and craftsmanship were celebrated and enjoyed with style. These became the three pillars of the House of Martell and remain intrinsic to the Martell vision today. Since 1715, Martell has produced, exported and marketed cognacs which are recognized worldwide for their outstanding quality and finesse, obtained through double distillation of exclusively clear wines and aging in fine-grainedoak barrels.