Calvados 50 years 41%

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Calvados 50 ans (50 years) has been aged for at least 50 years in a wooden vat and toasted oak barrels.

410,87 € tax incl.

Calvados 50 ans
A.O.C. Calvados du Pays d'Auge

Calvados 50 ans has been aged for at least 50 years in a wooden vat and toasted oak barrels.

Clay and Oxfordian marl soil.
80% of bittersweet apples
20% of acid apples
from September to November
Alcohol cont.
41 % vol.

Techniques used

The apples are mixed, crushed and pressed. The apple juice is fermented right out to give cider to be distilled. Double distillation is carried out 6 months after the fermentation has taken place. The first distillation gives the "petite eau" at 30% by volume and it is the second distillation, that of the "petite eau" which gives the Calvados.
Aging: Fifty years minimum. In toasted 1200 litre (264 imp gallon) and subsequently 400 litre (88 imp gallon) oak barrels. Bottled when ordered.

Tasting notes

Eyes: Mahogany colour, blonde highlight.
Nose: Delicate and fine. Gingerbread fragrances, caramel candied apples enhanced by coffee mocha notes.
Mouth: Intense and round. Aromas of candied oranges, butterscotch and baked apples. Long and silky finish.

(Read also: Tasting Calvados)


- Storage: very long, bottles upright without special precautions.
- As a Digestive: Drinking temperature 20-22°C (68 to 72°F). Will go well with a mild cigar. The end of the glass shows complex, powerful aromas.

Bottle type: 70 cl

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