D’usse Cognac VSOP is the lastest offering from Bacardi’s Chateau de Cognac, the Cognac house that produces Baron Otard. This is not your ordinary bottle of Cognac. The bottle is a bit gothic, a bit midieval with a double cross on a squat bottle with a glass topper. And it comes with Jay Z‘s endorsement too.
Here is Drink of the week's review of the D’usse Cognac VSOP: Appearance: clear with a medium, amber color with golden highlights Nose: clean, medium, aged aromas of raisins, figs, citrus peel, orange blossom, cedar, caramel, ginger, nutmeg and cardamom Palate: dry, smooth, warming alcohol with a hint of controlled fire, medium body, medium intensity of raisins, figs, cedar, caramel, toffee, ginger, nutmeg, cardamom with a medium finish of raisins and cedar.
Rating: Good. The D’usse is smooth and controlled with a hint of fire in the alcohol on the back of the palate. The cognac has lovely aromas and flavors of dried fruits and wood. It lacks the complexity of better VSOP Cognacs. But, the mere smell of the D’usse make me want to throw it in a Sidecar or Brandy Sangaree.

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