A. Hardy Legend 1863 Cognac 70cl
With a title referring to the year in which the House of Hardy was founded, Legend 1863 is a vintage cognac created from a selection of eaux-de-vie from the Petite Champagne District and Borderies that are blended using traditional methods. The cognac is aged up to twelve years in toasted Limousin oak barrels.
The end result is a fine representation of the classic Hardy style with a rich bronze color, a delicate scent of dates and rose petals, and flavors of cappuccino with a smooth finish. Hardy Legend 1863 may be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or in cocktails, and it makes an excellent sidecar. It comes in a unique bottle with attractive curves and the rooster emblem, the symbol of the brand and France.
1863 is the year that the Cognac house of Hardy was founded, and this blend celebrates that landmark. An elegant, aromatic Cognac with notes of orange marmalade, vanilla and coffee, with a beautiful long finish.
This impressive bottle was crafted by Hardy as a tribute to the family behind the brand! Named after the year the house was founded, Legend 1863 is a blend of Cognac from both the Petite Champagne and Borderies regions, all bottled up in this handsome vessel.
AH Hardy is a line of blended cognac. The 1863 Legend was first introduced in 2017 and is a blended cognac with no stated age or style. It is made from grapes from the Petite Champagne region with a slight proportion of Borderies region.
The bouquet is light and floral with notes of cappuccino and vanilla with a hint of citrus zest.
On the palate you’ll fine café latte, orange marmalade, and jasmine.
The finish is medium length, smooth, and lightly sweet.