The gentle climate and the favorable exposition of the vineyards on the Charentais hillsides are ideal conditions to extract the whole potential from these grape varieties. Once produced, the wines, still on fine lees, undergo a double distillation in traditional small copper pot stills on open fires. This process brings aromatic richness and roundness to the NAUD Family Cognacs. When finally placed to mature in French oak casks, the eau-de-vie ages slowly, under the benevolence of the Cellar Master who decides of their final blending.


Auburn with a luminous gold shine.

Elegant with a delicate hint of vanilla, completed by aromas of dried fruit and mild spices (cinnamon, nutmeg).

Supple and fruit, moving onto notes of orange and peach, with a touch of oak on the finish. A soft and seducing cognac which will please the palate of those who like it either neat or in cocktails.

Alcohol Content
40% Vol.


Mint Julep

– 60 ml of Fine Cognac VSOP Naud
– 4 leaves of fresh mint
– 10 ml of simple syrup
– A few drops of bitters

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In a Julep cup or rocks glass, lightly crush the mint with the simple syrup
Add the Cognac and fill with crushed ice
Stir until the cup is frosted on the outside
Top with crushed ice and garnish with a few drops of bitters and a sprig of mint 


 Original Sazerac

– 60 ml of Fine Cognac VSOP Naud
– 1 sugar cube
– 10 ml of Absinthe
– A few drops of Peychaud’s bitters

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 In a mixing glass, dissolve the sugar cube with the bitters. Add the absinthe and the Cognac, fill with ice and stir
Twist a slice of lemon zest over the surface to extract the oils and add it to the glass.