Armenian brandy, known for its smoothness and depth of flavor, holds a special place in the world of spirits. These spirits are crafted in Armenia with the expertise and tradition of the region. With its distinct character and heritage, this spirit appeals to those who appreciate the finer things in life, inviting them to savor each sip and revel in the artistry of a time-honored craft. Whether shared among friends or enjoyed in solitude, Armenian brandy promises an experience that transcends the ordinary.
This Ararat Akhtamar VSOP 10-year brandy comes packaged in a sleek glass container. This brandy has a warm copper color and a classic smell fresh out of the bottle. Notes for this complex Armenian brandy include dried plum, hazelnut, oak, and vanilla. Overall, it has a sweeter taste.
In Armenian, Shakmat means chess, which is the perfect word for this nuanced bottle of 23-year-old brandy. Distillers make this brandy only with local Armenian grapes like the Kangun and Kakhet varieties. Shakmat provides an elevated flavor profile, including tastes of walnuts, dried fruit, black pepper, and more.
Distillers named this 25-year Armenian brandy after the ancient King of Armenia, Tigran the Great. This king helped mold the country into a powerful nation. This bottle of brandy hopes to do something similar to your cocktails and palate. A golden-amber color, this brandy has fruity and floral notes alongside hints of rich flavors like butter and oak.
This Kremlin Award Armenian Brandy was double distilled and aged in oak barrels. Kremlin Award distillers make their brandy from grapes indigenous to Armenia. These local grapes make a distinctly flavored brandy with deep and rich spiced flavors.
The name of this Amrut Ijevan Armenian brandy originates from the magnificent Mount Nemrut. This particular brandy has a deep color and is a clever blend of indigenous Armenian grapes. The notes within this brandy include apricot, prune, chocolate, and oak. These flavors give Nemrut a smooth and soft taste.
This Ararat 20-year-old brandy from Nairi has a rich chocolate and mahogany appearance, and it tastes just as luxurious. With each glass of this Armenian brandy, you should taste notes of cinnamon, toasted bread, honey, and clove. Each of these flavors culminates to create a sweet yet warm finish.