Martell NCF is a Non-Chill Filtered cognac which is exceptionally fresh and lively. The NCF technique allows to preserve its full potential of aromas, especially when served on ice.
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.