Nice and desirable old bottle of cognac, Tiffon brand, three stars grade, late 1950's or 1960's
7 liters of wine are needed to produce one bottle of cognac.
Tiffon brand is located in Jarnac, on the river Charente, and has a very good reputation for their products. It is the largest family owned cognac house, founded 1875.
This bottle holds a *** grade, but back in the mid 20th century even a three stars grade was aged for many years, much longer than the "legal" 3 years nowadays. Possibly as many as 8 or 10 years.
A connoisseur quotes the 1950's Courvoisier *** as one of the best cognacs he has tasted.
The bottle is in very good condition, hardly any evaporation which is very unusual for bottles from that period with corks.
Capped cork, tin sealing, nice labels. In fact the cork is not cork but plastic, which explains this incredible good level, unusual sealing for such and old bottle but 100% genuine - confirmed by Edouard Braastad himself !
A real collector item.
42° / 70cl
weight 1.25 kg
Our bottles can ship with DHL or colissimo, will all be tracked and will be holding invoice and customs document mentioning cognac - buyer will need to take care of eventual duties and taxes upon reception
- Spirits type
- Distillery/ brand
- Name/ edition
- three star
- Volume on label
- Alcohol %
- Bottling period
- 1950s, 1960s
- Original packaging