Luis Felipe Brandy

The legend of LUIS FELIPE begins in 1893 with the discovery in a winery in La Palma del Condado of oak barrels containing aged brandy different from anything known until then.

Those almost forgotten barrels were marked with the mention LUIS FELIPE for having been reserved for the Duke of Montpensier, son of the King of France Luis Felipe I, who resided in the Sevillian palace of San Telmo until 1890.

Since its discovery more than a century ago, LUIS FELIPE has maintained its magnificent range of excellence thanks to its artisanal breeding and very limited production.

LUIS FELIPE ages through the traditional process of “soleras” and “criaderas” in American oak boots arranged in “cachones” or “andanas”, one on top of the other.

The oldest distillate is found in the boots closest to the ground, called “soleras”, from which small quantities are extracted for bottling, without emptying them completely.

The content removed is replenished with younger distillate from the upper level boots, called “criaderas”, in which it has remained for years.

Luis Felipe Brandy

Since its discovery more than a century ago, LUIS FELIPE has maintained its magnificent range of excellence thanks to its artisanal breeding and very limited production.

LUIS FELIPE grows old by the traditional system of soleras and criaderas in American oak barrels, wrapped with very old Olorosos and Pedro Ximenez wines.

Universally recognized and appreciated, LUIS FELIPE is distinguished by its mild flavor, without excess to the palate, the intense dark color and an incomparable aroma.

It comes in a 70 cl bottle. and canister.

Alcohol content: 40% Vol.

TASTING NOTES

View: Very intense dark mahogany color with golden edges and amber reflections.

Nose: Soft aroma of vanilla and well-aged aged wood. The aromas of aging, delicate and persistent in retronasal tract stand out.

Mouth: Abocado, soft, with a touch of bitterness notes. Excellent finish of mouth and aftertaste. Round and balanced.