This exceptional calvados from one of the most renowned producers in the famous Pays d'Auge region took the Cellar Master Richard Prével a painstaking 7 years to craft, choosing only the finest and oldest calvados from the cellars.
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Produced by the Boulard family in the town of Coquainvilliers in French Normandy since setting up the operation in 1825, Calvados Boulard began as a cider and calvados distillery. Founded by Pierre-Auguste Boulard who was one of the pioneers of the calvados category, the distillery and its distribution expanded considerably during the 20th century, reaching Europe and Africa in the 30s and the USA, Canada, and Scandinavia in 1947. The Boulard family backed an initiative in 1942 that would lead to the creation of the AOC ― Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (Controlled Designation of Origin) ― Calvados Pays d'Auge.
Acquired by Spirit France in 2007, Maison Boulard is run today by Vincent Boulard, the fifth generation of the Boulard family. Located in Pays d’Auge – much like the Grand Champagne region of Cognac – Calvados Boulard is among most renowned in the region.
It took the Cellar Master Richard Prével a painstaking 7 years to creaft Boulard Calvados Pays d'Auge Extra for their Luxury Collection. The finest, oldest, and most subtle calvados were selected from their most prized stocks and blended together to create this exquisite award-winning expression. You can expect elegant aromas of light fruit, floral notes, oak, as well as hints of smoke, coffee, and licorice.
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Brandy is typically produced from distilled wine and other fermented fruit juices like apples, pears, and other sweet fruits.
It is a perfect after-dinner digestif served neat or slightly warmed by holding the glass with your hands.
The kick can vary between 70-120 proof, and it gets its flavor from aging in wooden casks.
The amber calvados has an elegant nose with light fruity and floral aromas. You'll find notes of violets and oak, as well as hints of smoke and licorice. The palate is mellow, aromatic, and rich with intense fruit, quince, caramel, and candied apple. The finish is complex and long with a touch of coffee, cinnamon, and licorice.