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LIST OF WINNERS OF THE BEST COGNAC IN THE WORLD AT THE WORLD SPIRITS COMPETITION SINCE 2000

Here is the list of cognac brands in alphabetical order that I won “best cognac in the world” at the World Spirits Competition (San Francisco) since 2000 for more than 150 USD.

COMANDON COGNAC, XO, $150

COURVOISIER COGNAC, L’ Esprit de Courvoisier, $5000

DELAMAIN COGNAC, Réserve de la Famille, $550

HARDY COGNAC, Noces D’Or, $1800

HENNESSY COGNAC, Paradis, $800

HENNESSY COGNAC, Richard, $3500

 

Comandon Cognac XO

Comandon Cognac XO

Cognac Courvoisier L'Esprit

Cognac Courvoisier L’Esprit

Cognac Delamain Reserve de Famille

Cognac Delamain Reserve de Famille

Cognac Hardy Noces D'Or

Cognac Hardy Noces D’Or

Hennessy Cognac Paradis

Hennessy Cognac Paradis

Hennessy Cognac Richard

Hennessy Cognac Richard

 

These are cognacs for experts and aficionados of high-end lifestyles. Some world best cognacs are more affordable than others. I guess it depends on how much you value what you drink and your wallet size for sure.

Next, is the list of brands most rewarded and actively participating in the World Spirits Competition in San Francisco.

Camus

Comandon

Courvoisier

Delamain

Frapin

Hennessy

Louis Royer

Marnier Lapostole

Martell

Remy Martin

Spirits unlike wines have not been so subjected to ratings for making sales. One has to look at any wine catalogs or visit any local liquor stores to realize that wines are mostly purchased by ratings and price ranges. Perhaps spirits are not better off as most of the consumers are biased to advertising and celebrity endorsements.

Wines are like graduate school: the higher the GMAT score the more you get.

Versus Spirits are more like political candidates: the bigger the campaign budget the more chance to be elected.

Source: World Spirits Competition

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This entry was posted on October 14, 2012 by in Comandon, Courvoisier, Delamain, Hardy, Hennessy, Uncategorized and tagged , .
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