Cognac Ararat Ani, 0.7 L
Cognac has amber color with chocolate highlights.
Ani brandy taste intense and long lasting. Expressed sweetness makes it more rounded. Transitions to tones of lemon and dried figs, slightly acidic aftertaste.
The aroma of brandy bright, spicy, fresh. The bouquet felt lighter tones of orange and vanilla on the background of almond.
Cognac is a great digestif, and is also suitable as a complement to coffee.
Mighty ancient city of Ani, the capital of the kingdom Bagratids, first mentioned in chronicles in the V century, it is called the "City of 1001 churches" or "City of forty gates." Already at that time the city was large enough for its time (about two hundred thousand inhabitants) and has a developed infrastructure. In addition to its beautiful architecture, the city was famous for the fact that stayed here caravans, marching along the Silk Road. On surviving the main gate of the city shows a leopard - a symbol of Ani, exactly the same leopard you can see on the label of Armenian cognac Ararat Ani.
Cognac Ararat, which produces Yerevan Brandy Company - is a national legend that embodies the unique spirit of Armenia, its rich cultural and historical heritage, as well as the famous craftsmanship of the Armenian masters. This magnificent drink has long been a mandatory attribute of the lifestyle of many generations of our country. And today, after more than a hundred years, Ararat is best known as the Armenian cognac in his homeland of Armenia and around the world.
Brandy production in Armenia began in 1887, when Nerses Tairyan, which is the first guild merchant, built a wine-distillery, which first began to produce Armenian brandy. It was then born of innovation and technology is still the hallmark of the brand Ararat. Later, the company acquired the owner of the famous partnership in Russia "NL Shustov and Sons. " Ararat brandy become so popular that after some time the company became the official supplier of the Imperial Household, and in 1902 the plant's products won the Grand Prix in Paris, which was proof of the highest quality beverage.