It follows the same process as Duque de Alba, but is matured and aged even further, this time in casks of American oak aged with palo cortado wine. Aged for an average of 20 years in the traditional system of Criaderas y Solera.
Tasting notes: A glossy blend of old mahogany and ebony. An intense nose with notes of vanilla and mulch, no doubt owing to the brandy’s long ageing. A lavishly complex palate with a finish that is plump and creamy yet velvety at the same time.