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Light up the taste: Martell’s first non-chilled filtered cognac

Martell brings your partying experience to a whole new level, with the new Martell NCF — its first-ever non-chilled filtered cognac. While cognac is commonly filtered and cooled to a temperature between -10 to 4 degrees celsius to remove unnecessary residue, the House of Martell eschews convention by filtering it at room temperature.

The result is a delicious brew with a smoother, longer finish that highlights extra flavours and textures – especially when served on the rocks.

Light up the taste: Martell NCF features light-reflective metallic copper exterior.

Taste-wise, the cognac carries fragrant hints of apricot jam and vanilla which, after swirling, are enriched with notes of mandarin and pink grapefruit. On the palate, chilled with ice, it feels smooth and velvety, with notes of citrus peel, candied fruit and vanilla that linger lusciously into a rounded, well-balanced finish.

If that’s not enough to impress, the Martell NCF comes in a spiffy bottle with a luminious, metallic copper body and a transparent label that glows in the dark under UV lights.

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