May 08
95 points for Garreau 1967 Lust from

95 points for armagnac Garreau 1967 “Lust” from

Spring is the time when many plants come to life. It’s also when we introduced the first bottle from our new bottling line, The Sins – armagnac Garreau 1967 called Lust. We were thrilled when Hendrik Fröhlich from gave it a rating of 95 points!

Besonders erwähnenswert ist das Etikett, das passend zum jeweiligen Sündenthema aufwendig designt wurde. Ebenso ziert eine Textpassage aus der Göttlichen Komödie von Dante Alighieri das Etikett

The Sins Lust Armagnac Garreau 1967 Rob Bauer and DistiliaAt the beginning of his review, Hendrik Fröhlich mentions, “The label is particularly noteworthy, as it has been intricately designed to match the theme of each sin. It also features a passage from Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy.”

But what is a label if our primary concern, as bottlers, isn’t the evaluation of what we’ve bottled?

Der Garreau hängt minutenlang am Gaumen und der Zunge fest. Man möchte aber auch gar nichts anderes danach trinken

“The finish lingers on the palate and tongue for minutes. But afterward, one doesn’t want to drink anything else,” Fröhlich writes. We’re delighted to read such a review of our bottled armagnac, The Lust from The Sins series.

Möglicherweise habe ich heute den perfekten armagnac getrunken. Zumindest den für mich perfekten.

Fröhlich also notes, “Perhaps I have tasted the perfect armagnac today. At least the perfect one for me.”

We’re grateful for such high praise for The Lust, as it sets a challenge for us to ensure that each subsequent bottle is even better, both in terms of content and label grandeur.

We encourage you to explore the details of The Lust armagnac. Just click here.

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