Color: Dark gold color with copper highlights.
Nose: Abundant fruit notes of pear and prune, exotic hints of vanilla pod and caramelized grape, and a distinctive woody character with notes of myrrh, cedar, and fine-grained oak.
Taste: An elegant, generous structure marrying strength and smoothness. A good length on the palate.
Fashion designer, Kayla Wong, uses her creative side to create a delicious Flower Power cocktail with Martell Noblige. Just like her clothes, she uses local and organic products when making her Martell cocktails. Watch as she creates a homemade osmanthus flower syrup to mix with fresh ingredients and cognac.
50 ml Martell Noblige Cognac
25 ml Fresh lemon juice
20 ml Homemade osmanthus syrup
3 ml Peychaud’s Bitters
Boil 1 part water, 1 part sugar, and 5g dried osmanthus flowers. Once thickened, strain the syrup into a small pouring glass.Rub a lemon wedge against the side of the glass and sprinkle the leftover dried osmanthus petals on it for decoration. Pour the lemon juice, osmanthus syrup, Martell Noblige, and bitters into the smaller end of the cocktail shaker. Add ice to the highball glass. Add ice to the bigger end of the cocktail shaker. Shake the cocktail shaker well and strain into an iced highball glass. Garnish with lemon peel and serve with a straw.