- 2016 Silver Medal San Francisco World Spirits Competition
- 2015 Silver Medal BTI Ratings and Competition (85 Rating)
- 2015 Gold Medal San Francisco World Spirits Competition
- A youthful and lively blend of cognac, delivering a spectrum of sensations. Courvoisier® VS Cognac is a blend of several crus aged between three and seven years, composed principally of Fins Bois with a balancing hand of Petite Champagne. The fusion of younger and older cognacs gives VS a fruity, delicate taste and a bouquet filled with ripe fruit and spring flowers. Courvoisier VS is exceptionally versatile, delicious with simple mixers like ginger ale, lemonade or fruit juices and perfect for making mouth-watering cocktails and punches.
- “An elegant and harmonious cognac with strong notes of fresh fruit and fresh oaky taste.” - Patrice Pinet, Master Blender
- Midnight in Paris
- 25ml Courvoisier VS
- 100ml Ginger ale
- Fill glass with ice, pour in 25ml of Courvoisier VS and top with 100ml of ginger ale. Garnish with a slice of orange.
- Taste the Golden age of Paris with Courvoisier, Le Cognac de Napoleon
- Pack size: 1l
Product of France
Name and address
- 16200 Jarnac,
- 16200 Jarnac,
Lower age limit
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