Mizunara Park Single Cask Borderies 2006 Cognac
"The unique alliance between a Borderies Single Cru 2006 and Mizunara oak. The PARK Borderies Mizunara Single Cask 2006 Cognac derives its uniqueness from a marriage between a 100% Borderies Single Cru Cognac distilled in 2006 and a maturation in Mizunara oak barrels, an extremely rare Japanese wood found in the legendary Nikko forest. This complex wood gives the Park Cognac a slightly spicy flavor, absolutely unique. A 100% Borderies Cognac, the most exclusive of the 6 crus of the Cognac region, giving round, floral and sweet eaux-de-vie, characterized by subtle notes of violets. The traditional double distillation process in the Charente region (known as ""à repasse"") with 25 hectoliter copper stills produces finely elaborated eaux-de-vie. PARK Borderies Mizunara Single Cask Cognac is made of eaux-de-vie distilled in 2006 and aged in oak barrels. After 10 months in new barrels, the cognac is transferred to 400-liter redwood barrels, where it stays for several years and patiently acquires a wide range of aromas. At the end of its ageing period, the blend is matured for 6 months in new Japanese oak barrels, with a capacity of 500 liters, called Mizunara. An atypical refining that delivers delicate spicy tones."
Les conseils de la maison
"“After tasting your Cognac Park Borderies Mizunara Single Cask 2006, leave some in a glass. A few minutes later, inhale your Park Borderies Mizunara Cognac again to discover new aromas and have a full understanding of the product ”. Cognac Park Mizunara can be served pure in a ""tulip"" glass at a temperature of 18 ° C to release all the aromatic finesse and roundness of the texture of this cognac. Or to enjoy on ice. Add an ice cube to bring out all the freshness of the product."