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23 June 2013 No Comment

Jules Robin CognacA reader sent us a small bottle of  Jules Robin Cognac, found behind a wall in an old roundwood cottage house! Awesome find!

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Name of bottle: Jules Robin & Ce Cognac

Jules Robin Label CognacWritten on labels: Robin; Consumers should deface the label, Jules Robin & Ce. Cognac; printed in France; Déposée; mentions honorables expositions de Paris 1855, Londres 1862; cognac produce of France, contents: 37 centiliters

Story: We found this bottle behind a wall in an old roundwood cottage house. This house us in the familiy since 1960 and 3 years ago we found the bottle and another one that has no label while doing renovation. Sadly last year someone opened it and took a sip to taste it… I can’t find any year on it but I think it would be from about 1920…

About Jules Robin: The House of Jules Robin goes back to around 1760 when the firm started producing fine cognacs in the Charente and selling them in the area around the area. The firm was sold to Martell in 1964 along with another famous name, Briand.

The owner is open to discuss selling this bottle.

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