Named in honor of the Accord Royal granted in 1738 by King Louis XV to Remy Martin, which allowed him to use his land to plant vines, the Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is a rich, robust cognac commemorating the event. When it comes to cognac, the 1738 Accord Royal is the connoisseur’s choice. It’s aged in toasted barrels to embody age-old craftsmanship. This results in smooth, mellow flavors and a well-balanced palate. When nothing but authentic cognac will do, you want the Accord Royal once honored by the French king himself.
Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal boasts a dark, mahogany copper color with notes of caramel apple, fig marmalade, cherry crème brûlée, toffee, banana cream pie and brown spices. It finishes with a fruity, full-bodied, warming sensation rich in minty dark chocolate notes, cola and oak for a sensational experience sure to please. You’ll detect a hint of exotic fruits, toast, pink peppercorn and alpine, which all add up for an intense, sweet burst of flavor that rewards you with a creamy aftertaste. All this is achieved using a careful blend of eaux-de-vie aged exceptionally well in toasted French oak casks. The result is what we like to call Cognac Fine Champagne, for there’s something truly extraordinary about the 1738. Serve it neat, on ice or in premium classic cocktails such as the Sazerac or Sidecar. Any cocktail with bright citrus flavors highlight the 1738 Accord Royal best, so don’t be afraid to experiment with your own concoctions.