eau de vie

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strong coarse brandy

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The eaux-de-vie used to make Camus Borderies XO Cognac have aromatic intensity and velvety texture.
The blending of these 15 eaux-de-vie, which then completed their ageing in barrels made from 300-year-old oak, spotlights our savoir-faire, our commitment, and our attachment to a House that has let us continue a fabulous story that began in 1715.
The rules for creating it are much stricter than other eaux-de-vie.
Made with up to 12 year-old eaux-de-vie, the marque comes in a sleek modern package to appeal to consumers of superpremium spirits.
The eaux-de-vie we know today were first created by the medieval monks who transformed wild fruits into pure, fresh, fruit-flavored brandies.
It is an intricate alchemy blended from 1,200 eaux-de-vie, created from grapes grown in the chalky soils of Grande Champagne, the best growing area of the Cognac region, France.
The epitomy of French refinement, the Louis XIII Cognac is an extraordinary blend of grande Champagne eaux-de-vie, the most prestigious of the six crus classed in the region of Cognac.
The new line extension is made from a blend of 35 to 45 unique, pale and gold colored eaux-de-vie selected for their floral characteristics, the company says.
The eaux-de-vie are later transferred to older casks, to allow evaporation and oxidation, the essential part of the ageing process.
During the holidays especially, eaux-de-vie (waters of life)--and the closely related fruit liqueurs and grappas--can hit just the right note either served after dinner or given as a gift.
The Peak distillery makes its organic gin, vodka, and eaux-de-vie from locally grown, organic fruit and unprocessed mountain water drawn from its CapRock source at 10,500 feet, 20 miles from the distillery.
The story of this coupe is unique: it is a perpetual reserve of eaux-de-vie which never runs out, sustained over the years by four generations of cellar masters.
An unbroken succession of seven generations of master blenders from the Fillioux family has preserved a familial knowledge of the firm's extensive cellars and a heritage of excellence blending eaux-de-vie.
Intensely fruity eaux-de-vie and experimental liqueurs that bridge wine-making and distillation are made by Bonny Doon Vineyard (also Ca' del Solo), Santa Cruz, California; Clear Creek Distillery, Portland; and Domaine Charbay Winery & Distillery, St.