Tag Archives: Cognac

December 16

A French Bartender’s Take on Cognac

Vinepair Emily Saladino Despite the 6.4 million cases of Cognac imported to America in 2017, some have a hard time with the specialty drink as it pertains to consumption, occasion, and pairing. But it’s nothing to worry about in this instance because French bartender Germain Canto from (of all places) Cognac, France was involved in […]

June 07

#TBT: Black consumers love their cognac

From Slate Magazine: Cognac is almost as much a French cliché as stinky cheese and horizontally striped shirts. Further, cognac producers often play up their national character, festooning their labels with the fleur de lis and channeling French icons like Louis XIII and Napoleon. However, the French don’t touch cognac. Instead, they export more than 97 percent of it, according to […]

October 25

Rémy Martin’s “La Maison Experience” in NYC, Chicago, and LA…

Written by: Emily Arden Wells aka Emma Attention all lovers of brown spirits: Rémy Martin Cognac is hosting a travelling pop-up interactive experience starting this month in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, La Maison Rémy Martin.  The experience is sure to be a beautifully curated peek into cognac; from the grapes on the vine, to […]