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Distilled Spirits: Remy Martin Centaure de Diamant

Pierrette Trichet, Rémy Martin’s Cellar Master, has selected amongst the reserves, the blend is pure Fine Champagne, and consists of about 300 and 400 eaux-de-vie from the Heart of Cognac. She has developed all the aromatic facets of this brilliant cognac.

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As with precious stones, the combination of nature, time and human craftsmanship are necessary to create Rémy Martin Centaure de Diamant. Rémy Martin Centaure de Diamant, originally “Diamant” is a travel retail product from the cognac house. They rebranded the cognac, renamed it – the word ‘Centaure’ is more and more in the centre of the brand’s activities. The cognac is positioned as a high end cognac, below the Louis XIII but superior to the XO or Extra. You can buy this Rémy Martin bottle online at a price of $1494.

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Assemblage

  • Terroir: 90% Grande Champagne, 10% Petite Champagne
  • Colour: deep mahogany
  • Floral notes: jasmine
  • Fruit flavors: plums, hazelnuts and a hint of candied orange
  • Taste: explosion of flavors – so multi-faceted like a precious diamond
  • Texture: silky and velvety
  • Condition: perfect harmony, particularly long finish

Rémy Martin is exclusively distributed in Switzerland by Dettling & Marmot AG

Dettling & Marmot is a joint venture company of two family Underberg and Rémy Cointreau. Your beginning the company started with its founding by Franz Xaver Dettling in 1867 on the lakeside of fountains in the heart of Switzerland. To date, the company for its cherry fires and its unique range of premium spirits and wines and sparkling wines is known. Dett-ling & Marmot has the exclusive distribution for first-class, world-renowned brands of mostly privately held companies, such as Averna, Bols, Cointreau, Ferrari, Glenfiddich, Hendrick’s Gin, Macallan, Piper-Heidsieck, Rémy Martin, Louis XIII, Stolichnaya and Underberg.

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