This unique blend of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal commemorates the reward of excellence bestowed on Rémy Martin by King Louis XV of France in 1738.
Particularly smooth, with a blend of uniquely oaky eaux-de-vie. The long and particularly soft barrel toasting brings extraordinary smoothness to 1738 Accord Royal, as well as subtle notes of toasted bread, vanilla and brioche.
1738 Accord Royal can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in a cocktail.
CLASSIC COCKTAIL Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is especially recommended for classic cocktails such as the Sidecar, the Collins, or in signature cocktails made by the most talented bartenders. 1738 Accord Royal mixes marvelously with citrus flavors.
"The label on this light caramel-brown liquid says it's blended “for aromatic intensity.” Mission accomplished: The aromas are indeed intense, with sweet, high bursts of burnt caramel and orange peel, opening up to a slightly chocolaty fragrance. On the tongue, this one is a big, solid block of flavor, with lots of caramel from start to finish, adding some coffee and dark chocolate notes at the end. Despite the big-brute flavor, it has a mellow finish." 90 Points Wine Enthusiast