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But it is also the reason that armagnacs tend to have a little more personality than cognacs.
I went to my local liquor stores to see what nonvintage armagnacs I could find, and enjoyed most of them.
This is certainly the case with the single-estate, vintage, unblended armagnacs bottled by the boutique négociants such as Francis Darroze.
Even the mainstream blended armagnacs retain a hint of rusticity that makes them a pleasant change of pace from cognac.
There are 50 varieties of scotch and more than 150 armagnacs and cognacs in the 12,000-bottle collection, he adds.
Le Cassoulet’s generosity saved us, or rather my host, a packet, which we promptly blew on several post-prandial armagnacs and cognacs.