Produced exclusively from Grande Champagne, the first growth of Cognac, aged for many long years. An assemblage of old Grande Champagne Eaux de Vie, each Cognac is separately matured in well seasoned Limousin oak casks. Draped in bright, light amber robes with flashes of gold, named Pale because it is discernibly paler than most other Cognacs of it's age, and Dry because it retains only the natural sweetness of the distillate. The humid old cellars near the river infuse Delamain with intense perfumes and exceptional length of fragrance.
Extremely clear and bright, brilliant, velvety gold. Remarkably delicate, a bouquet of elegance and distinction is characterised by the powerfulness and length of intensely floral aromas, backed by the distinctive vanilla of rancio. Its mellow roundness on the palate blossoms into a full bodied fruitiness with a slight, harmonious hint of liquorice. Floral notes with a lingering aftertaste of vanilla, a refined Cognac exhibiting mellowness and roundness, age and intense fruitiness