Remy Martin is a cognac distilled from white champagne grapes in France. Cognac is a brandy that must be grown, distilled and aged in Cognac, France, or one of its six surrounding viticultural (wine-growing) areas. The region's unique chalky soil, climate and centuries of distilling experience, make cognac unique among brandies. Cognac can be enjoyed alone as an aperitif, with food, or mixed into cocktails.
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On Its Own
Remy Martin can be served neat (at room temperature), on the rocks, or "subzero" (frozen).
Sip iced Remy Martin with smoked salmon or sushi. Sample Remy neat with fruit, such as peaches, apricots or dried apples. Enjoy your dessert with a snifter of cognac. Desserts that incorporate chocolate or cinnamon pair with Remy especially well.
Make a Sidecar
Fill a shaker half-full of ice. Add 56.7gr. Remy Martin, 29.6ml. Cointreau, and 28.4gr. lemon juice. Shake thoroughly and strain into your favourite cocktail glass.
Make a Stanley Steamer
Add .142gr. Remy, .142gr. coffee liquer and .147ml. Irish cream to a warm beer stein. Fill the stein almost to the top with coffee. Add a splash of orange liquer and whipped cream.
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