The Making of a Five Star Brandy

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Italy is home to some of the best, world acclaimed brands; from motor vehicles to designer clothes and shoes, and now the best brandy the region has to offer. Richot Brandy.

Amber coloured, fuller bouquet, five-year matured, five-star brandy are just some ways of describing the new look, new tasting brandy recently launched to the market. Not only does it taste great, it looks good too. The rich brandy’s label now features rich gold and blue colours as well as a modern font.

“EABL has taken brandy appreciation a notch higher with the introduction of a premium, smoother Richot Brandy into the market. It may have taken a while to perfect the look and taste, but we are proud of the resultant product,” commented EABL Kenya Marketing Director Caroline Ndung’u.

Each time one takes a sip of Richot brandy, they partake of its rich heritage that begins from the spine of the Apennine Mountains, Italy, where fresh ripe grapes are selected from the fields. By Italian law, brandy is distilled from sound and wholesome wine and is then aged in oak casks. To ensure that the maturation process is on track, and that the resultant brandy is of the highest quality, a Master Vintner closely monitors the maturation process.

The New Richot undergoes a 5 year maturation process in oak casks by world acclaimed Bonollo Distillery, whose legacy dates back to 1918. The process represents the most advanced technology in the area of distillery in and out of Italy.

From three years to a five-year brandy, Richot has made a bold move to give consumers the best that the market has to offer, a trend that EABL takes prides in.

Appreciating Richot

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MAUREEN OJUNGA

Maureen Ojunga is the newest Health enthusiast in town. She is also a gadget freak and a lover of all things WINE! Besides being a lover of life, she enjoys writing Relationships and Sex pieces and is also an Interior design junkie.

  • Anonymous

    The one time I detected a change in Richot’s taste was about 2006…If truly now it’s become a 5 year brandy then let’s have a taste & see whether it’s more refined. 

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