0,7 l, 40% alc.
Excellent French-like cognac produced in orthodox monastery in Serbia, of complex fragrance and amber colour, aged in oak for 8 years and 3 years in bottles afterwards.
Orthodox monks of Kovilj monastery named the cognac Ison, after the back voice during the unanimous monastery chanting. It is mouthfull, buttery, of sweet ending, but strong and of solid character. After being mildly warmed by hand, it opens the palette of various aromas: vanilla-chocolate, caramelized south fruits and citrus, with balance and unrepeatable beauty.
When you have a sip of it, first you must wait for a couple of moments, stare and feel your palate. You are then feeling a variety of aromas. It is very deep. Well done!
Monastery of Kovilj is situated in northern Serbian province Vojvodina, nearby Novi Sad. It was founded by Saint Sava in the early 13th century. Saint Sava was a prince and the first archbishop of Serbian Orthodox Church. The Monastery was built on the spot where Saint Sava healed the son of the Hungarian King Andrew II. Monastery has a large brotherhood, school of iconography and produces reputable cheese, wine and brandy.