Tag Archives: Cognac

Martell Blue Swift Brings A Beautifully Complex Warmth To My Heart

What keeps me warm on a winter’s night? A glass of Martell Blue Swift The creation of the Martell brand goes back 300 years. A heritage that is two times the age of the independence of Canada. Martell is the oldest of the great Cognac houses passed down throughout the Martell family. With a rich history comes the luxury of time, time to experiment, time to get the recipe right. Time to see how the grapes age, how they behave when they percolate in the barrels and how everything distills and steeps together to make the consistent, strong flavour of[Read More]

Experiencing A Full History Of Grand Marnier With Patrick Raguenaud

Patience. Lots of it. That’s what it takes to develop something of real quality. Taking your time with each step of the process to really craft it into the desired completion. In order to make something to stand the test of time and make all of that patience worth it, you must first look at what you can do to make your crafted product stand out. Grand Marnier has these values really stapled into their long history. The fundamentals of Grand Marnier stem from their environment. Or should I say environments. The founding father of Grand Marnier, Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle, spent[Read More]