For three centuries, the House of Martell has consistently pioneered new expressions of cognac, but none as refreshing as Martell NCF. Where most cognacs are filtered below 0°C, Martell NCF is filtered at room temperature to preserve its full potential, unleashing irresistibly smooth and expressive aromas when served on ice.
Colour: Golden amber with copper highlights.
Nose: Exceptionally fresh and lively. Sensual hints of apricot jam and vanilla which, after swirling, are enriched with notes of mandarin and pink grapefruit.
Palate: Chilled by ice, it feels sumptuously smooth and velvety, revealing notes of citrus peel, candied fruit and vanilla, which linger into the rounded, well-balanced finish.
History of Martell
Founded in 1715, Martell is the oldest of the great Cognac Houses. The elegance, complexity and balance of Martell style are the result of a unique savoir-faire: the distillation of clear wines only and the ageing of its eaux-de-vie in fine-grain oak barrels. The first cases of Martell arrived in China in 1858 and in 1874 in Malaysia.