An elegant, well-aged and fruity cognac from the Maison Ferrand house.
Aged longer than the 1840, the Ambre shows off more vanilla notes as well as vibrant pear, plum and fresh florals.
Distilled from only ugni blanc grapes.
Official tasting notes:
Nose: Floral overtones with subtle vanilla bouquet. Hints of white peach and dried apricot.
Palate: Well balanced, elegant feel.
In 1989 the Maison Ferrand cognac house was largely dormant, although sitting on large stocks of aging cognac. In 1989 Alexandre Gabriel went into business with the house to bring it back onto the market.
Originally reviving the Grand Champagne Cognac that the Ferrand family had been producing for ten generations in the famous region, the company has now gone on to produce the Citadelle gin and Plantation rum brands.
- Maison Ferrand