L’Or de Jean Martell is a truly one-of-a-kind, exceptional Cognac. Created from eaux-de-vie from both the Grande Champagne and Borderies terroir, this Cognac is made up of eaux-de-vie of up to 100 years old. The result is a deliciously well-aged, marriage of flavors that take the taster on a voyage of the senses. At the very first glimpse, admire the deep shimmering hues of the Cognac housed inside the carefully crafted bottle. Then upon tasting, you’ll be mesmerized by the perfect harmony encapsulated in the blending of more than 400 different eaux-de-vie – magic in its purest form. Cellar Master, Christophe Valtaud reveals; “For me, L’Or de Jean Martell is the quintessence of Martell Cognacs. With the body of the Borderies and the structure of Grande Champagne, L’Or offers a perfect balance between rich aromas and power”.
Martell is one of the oldest great Cognac houses and dates back to 1715. Today the brand is very much at the forefront of Cognac production and has earnt itself an outstanding international reputation. Martell’s signature distillation process is free of impurities and allows the eaux-de-vie to absorb its rich aromatic tones from the bourbon cask.
Presentation of the bottle
Presentation of the bottle Dressed in a stunning crystal decanter, L’Or de Jean Martell is certainly a collectors item for the Cognac connoisseur. As embodied through its name “The Gold of Jean Martell”, this Cognac embodies pure opulence and finesse. Contained inside a teardrop shaped bottle, its striking gold casing allows the Cognac to stand strong on display. The long gold neck and crystal bottle stopper accentuate its glamorous aesthetic even further. Also featuring hand engraved swirls on the gold casing and glass stopper, alongside its equally lavish stand and presentation box – it is clear that every last detail has been considered. From the design work of the decanter, to the craftsmanship gone into curating the nectar it beholds – this Cognac is a true work of art.