Pierre Ferrand use only the best grapes from the Grande Champagne area in Cognac. Within this area, there is the 'golden triangle', where the soil is extremely chalky which makes for very acidic wines. The eau de vie distilled with these wines make for very fine cognacs after aging. This expression was recreated from a rare 19th century Pinet-Castillon Cognac dating back to and is replicate what would have been used back then, when cognac was the most prized spirit to use. It has a beautiful honeyed nose of fresh flowers and vanilla, a buttery palate with dried fruits and hints of oak, with a long oak and vanilla finish. Great mixed in a Brandy Crusta or just neat, with a cigar.