Hine V.S.O.P Congac

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Bullman
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Hine V.S.O.P Congac

Postby Bullman » Mon Jun 29, 2015 10:39 pm

This just arrived and it's given me a new meaning to ultimate taste for price. Being a fan of the usual brands and just bought a warmer which uses a candle and sniffer than my house has the best smell of great figs, Currants, Apricots it's just a wonderful difference. If you have not tried it I would suggest giving it a shot or like me I had to order from wine Anthology which has a wonderful collection including Tesseron, which for the price it better be a winner. Still haven't seen many reviews on the D'USSE brand but if you tried it when it first came out its a completely different Congac now. Very very fragrant with little bite. Worth the price like the 2014 Hennessy V.S.O.P. premier.
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Pictured with a Shiro Kamo Guyto and a kajiwara Damascus 240mm Gyuto.
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Bullman
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Re: Hine V.S.O.P Congac

Postby Bullman » Mon Jun 29, 2015 10:43 pm

Picture of the Freehand sharpened Shiro Kamo that was pictured with the Hine V.S.O.P both are worth every penny.
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Shiro Kamo freehand sharpened on Gesshin's,my passions and ones a business, the Congac is passion and chef knives are passion and business
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