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When I was first introduced to Armagnac, the term Hors d’Age was a little confusing. After speaking with the wonderful Eric I translated it to mean ‘beyond age’. If an Armagnac is described as Hors d’Age it is a blend of more than one vintage which, collectively, are more than 10 years old.
Expect the following aromas from a high quality vintage Armagnac;
- Orange peel
- Mellow wood aromas (from the oak barrels)
There aren’t many spirits out there that truly go hand in hand with chocolate. Armagnac is the exception!
For a Hors d’Age Armagnac try chocolate mousse or chocolate pear tart. If you’re looking for a main dish try roast duck breast with honey or candied fruit.
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