List of products by brand ABK6
ABK6 is convinced that blending eaux-de-vie coming from one exceptional estate gives Cognac an unmistakable character and strength. Deeply attached to the terroir, the house has decided to produce distinct Cognacs based on their origins. The philosophy is therefore summed up in the expression « Single Estate Cognac ».Domaines Francis Abecassis is an indépendant producer of Single Estate Cognac, with 370 hectares of vineyards located on the best terroir of the Cognac appellation. To create ABK6 Cognac, the Cellar Master has chosen the oldest and most emblematic “eaux-de-vie” from the estates. The whole ABK6 range is «gourmand» with notes of candied apple fruits and spices. ABK6’s exclusive square shaped bottle affirms the modernity of the brand and highlights its differences, whi...
Old gold color. This rich, supple and gourmet cognac is characterized by its aromatic complexity in which aromas of cedarwood, candied fruit and honey intermingle. On the palate, the complexity is expressed by candied fruits, spices, including cinnamon. The woody aromas bring great length and incomparable richness. A warm, supple finish follows, supported by notes of lemon, honey, then cigar box and candied orange.
ICE COGNAC by ABK6 is ideal for “On the Rocks” consumption. The greedy and delicate freshness of ICE COGNAC affirms its identity as a domain Cognac, developed by the Abécassis family. Over the tasting, the sweetness of ICE COGNAC by ABK6 gradually extends to a fresh and lively finish. The delicate and lively freshness of ICE COGNAC by ABK6 shows its Single Estate Cognac identity, carried out by the Abecassis family.
ABK6 Pineau de Charente is a delicious pineau from France. Soft aromas of white fruits: pear and peach, then come notes of figs, nuts, acacia honey and vanilla wood. Pineau des Charentes is a French apero drink made from must that has been fortified with cognac. Strictly speaking, it is not a real fortified wine although it is called that. It has a mildly sweet taste and is often served - slightly chilled - as an afternoon aperitif. It is often marketed as rosé and has a mild alcohol content. Originating from the departments of Charente, Charente-Maritime and some parts of the Dordogne, this area is roughly equivalent to Cognac.