The maison was founded in 1763 by James Delamain, an Irish immigrant who had moved to France a few years earlier.
Created from a blend of spirits invented circa 1950; being classified as X.O. the younger distillates of this product have a minimum aging period of 6 years.
Cognac produced with distillates from grapes coming exclusively from the Grande Champagne area, one of the most prestigious and suitable sub-areas of cognac for ageing. Once distilled, the spirits undergo a period of refinement and then end up in the bottle and give the peculiar aromatic complexity of this product.
Amber color with intense golden reflections. The nose manifests itself with refined elegance, offering delicate notes of wood, woody and vanilla, as well as subtle nuances of sweet spices, which also evoke berries and dried flowers. On the palate, it is round, ripe and enveloping, with a finish of refined persistence.
Born as a meditation wine or after-dinner/digestive. It can sometimes be used in mixology for the preparation of luxury versions of some delicious cocktails.