The house of A. Edmond Audry was founded in 1878 by the great-great-grandfather of the current owner. In the early 1950s, the Audry Company stopped selling cognac. However, some very old stocks were held back in reserve in the hopes that Audry would one day rise again to the fore. That day came in 1978 when Bernard Boisson, a lawyer by training, decided to resurrect the family tradition that had remained dormant for four decades. The family stopped distilling in 1974, so Audry is made from blends of the original reserve and a few lots bought from a small group of Charentais growers. The Memorial is a blend of 60% Grand Champagne and 40% Petite Champagne, composed of older stocks dating back to 60 years of age. Very supple, yet spicy, the brandy finishes with candied fruit, pepper, and dark cocoa. There is no boise or caramel coloring added to the Audry Cognacs, making all the amber goodness 100% natural from barrel aging.
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