Stay Cozy with Cognac Cocktails that will Warm You Up

Monday 19th, March 2018 / 09:41 Written by
Stay Cozy with Cognac Cocktails that will Warm You Up

Stay Cozy During this Crazy Winter with Courvoisier XO

How do you stay cozy after two winter storms? One of the best ways to warm up after shoveling snow is with a cocktail that has subtle hints of warmer weather.

While cognac may be thought of as a cold weather staple, the Into the Woods cocktail features Courvoisier VS and the distinct spring flavors of raspberry and mint. And the Easy Breezy with citrus and cranberry will bring memories of a sun kissed beach.

If cocktails aren’t your specialty, Courvoisier XO is a delicious option that’s best served neat and is consistently recognized as one of the finest XOs in the world.

Into the Woods

  • 1 ¾ parts Courvoisier® V.S. Cognac
  • ¾ parts DeKuyper® Apricot Brandy
  • ½ part lemon juice
  • 3 fresh raspberries
  • Absinthe rinse
  • Mint sprig for garnish

Method: Build all into shaker, add ice and shake. Rough strain into an absinthe rinsed glass then garnish with a mint sprig and a fresh raspberry.

Courvoisier X.O.

Stay Cozy

Stay Cozy with Courvoisier X.O.

  • 1 ½ parts Courvoisier ® X.O. Cognac

Easy Breezy

Stay Cozy

Stay Cozy with Easy Breezy Courvoisier cockatil

  • 1 ½ parts Courvoisier® V.S. Cognac
  • 4 parts cranberry juice
  • Orange slice for garnish

Method: Pour cognac in glass, add ice and top with cranberry juice. Garnish with ½ orange slice

COURVOISIER® X.O.

A very old blend of fine and well matured cognac, recognized as one of the finest XOs of the world.

Courvoisier® X.O. Cognac is a selection by our Master Blender of beautifully matured eaux de vie, aged from 11 to 25 years, to highlight the complexity and richness of cognac aromas.

COURVOISIER® V.S.

A youthful and lively blend of cognac, delivering a spectrum of sensations.

Courvoisier® VS Cognac is a blend of several crus aged between three and seven years (four to eight for Russia), composed principally of Fins Bois with a balancing hand of Petite Champagne.

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