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[8 Dec 2012]
The Cognac Rule

On Ned Dwyer’s Blog I found an interesting article about the “Whisky Rule”, it works pretty simple: If you cancel a meeting less than 10 minutes notice, or if you miss it completely then you owe your counterpart a bottle of whisky.
Why not introducing this simple and effective rule on Cognac? I think it will compensate the party who was left waiting for their time, also the party who haven’t cancelled the meeting will be more strict managing it’s time.

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[25 Sep 2012 | 4 berichten | ]
Brenne – French Single Malt Whisky

In our continuing search on the internet we found something very awesome! Brenne is a Single Malt Whisky that is being harvested, distilled, matured & bottled in the Cognac area. Wicked!
According to the makers, this Whisky is smooth, approachable and contains a hint of fruit. It contains spice notes from the malted barley and is balanced with the sweetness from Cognac soaked oak. Very nice!

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[12 Jun 2012 | 2 berichten | ]
Flaming Cognac Cocktail: Revolution

The Baron Otard Revolution Cocktail is unique: the preparation of this cocktail is very spectacular. Flamed Baron Otard XO Gold with marinated raspberries is the perfect combination!

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[17 Apr 2012]
Hennessy Masterclass

This article is written by Gert-Jan de Ruiter of GJR’s Whisky Blog.

What ? Does Hennessy make whisky too?  No. I was in the opportunity to attend to e very exclusive master class last Friday organized by DH17 and Moët Hennessy Netherlands. Due to the tasted Cognacs this will probably a once in a life time tasting so I decided to put my notes on these cognacs.

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[13 Feb 2012 | 3 berichten | ]
World’s Largest Collection of Vintage Liquors To Be Sold for US$8 Million!

The Netherlands national Bay van der Bunt has claimed the title of owning the “world’s largest collection of old liquors”.
Sadly, however, he’s willing to relinquish the title for the price $8 million (US). The historic collection holds over 5,000 bottled liquors to include 250 years old cognac, whisky, armagnac, port, madeira and rare liqueurs.