Founded by Alexandre Bisquit in 1819, the house of Bisquit, with its home at the Château de Lignères by the banks of the Charente River, had a long-standing family tradition until the house was sold to Pernod Ricard in 1966. Said to have been among the favorite cognacs of Winston Churchill and King George IV, it is popular in the Anglo-Saxon countries and hence was bought by the South African group Distell in 2009. Renault Bisquit Bisquit Dubouche & Co (owned by Distell Group).
Bisquits cognacs can be found almost everywhere. Just pay attention to bars – often you find bottles. This one is a 70cl Very Special bottle, a young cognac of the French cognac house, the blend consists of Fins Bois eaux-de-vie.The cognac has been aged for 3 to 5 years in oak casks.The spirit comes in a traditional bottle, designed in warm tones, reminding the copper of the Charente pot stills. Let’s say it’s a good cocktail cognac.