Hennessy - Paradis

94 points - The Wine Advocate
Hennessy - Paradis - 70cl - Onshore Cellars

Hennessy - Paradis

94 points - The Wine Advocate
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Created by Maurice Fillioux in 1979, the cognac Hennessy Paradis is known for its voluptuous and harmonious aroma. It consists of eaux-de-vie, which are a reflection of the personality of such a delightful cognac: supple, light and round. They are blended into an excellent cognac defined by its graceful, silky character, highlighting its finely nuanced and harmoniously balanced aromatic qualities. Its superb display of coppery gold colours is an indication of the many years it has spent ageing in old casks. The eaux-de-vie have been aged only in very old barrels, thus giving Hennessy Paradis its amber gold colour and hues. On the nose Hennessy Paradis exudes floral notes of dried rose and honeysuckle, underpinned by intense notes of red fruits and spices. A graceful, silky texture runs all the way through to a flavourful and deep, persistent finish. Honey, dried flowers, truffles and soft spices come to the fore in a melting pot of flavours. Delicate notes of cinnamon, cardamom and fruits give way to perfumes of dried rose petals and sweet briar jam.

Hennessy Paradis Cognac

Hennessy Paradis is a luxurious cognac that is made from a blend of over 100 eaux-de-vie, some of which are over a century old. This cognac is a true masterpiece that is crafted by the Hennessy family, who have been producing cognac for over 250 years.

The taste profile of Hennessy Paradis is rich and complex, with notes of honey, vanilla, and dried fruit. The finish is long and smooth, with a hint of spice that lingers on the palate. This cognac is best enjoyed neat or on the rocks, and is perfect for special occasions or as a gift for someone special.

The history of the Hennessy family is steeped in tradition and excellence. Founded in 1765 by Richard Hennessy, the company has been passed down through generations of the family, each one adding their own unique touch to the production process. Today, Hennessy is the largest producer of cognac in the world, and is known for its exceptional quality and craftsmanship.

Hennessy Paradis is a true masterpiece that is sure to impress even the most discerning of palates. Whether you are enjoying it at home with friends or sipping it at a fancy restaurant, this cognac is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Type:
Cognac
Country:
France
Appellation:
Grande Champagne
Producer:
Hennessy
Style:
Hors Dage

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