Cognac, named after the town of Cognac in France, is made by distilling fruit or cereals and is considered the most elegant alcoholic beverage in the world. It is produced from fermented white grapes, blended with aged wine and, before it is flavored with rose petals and distilled water, it matures in handmade oak barrels for at least three yeas. In contrast to wine, cognac cellars are built on ground floors. Cognac is used asa dessert drink, served with deserts flavored with cognac.

Nutritional Value

There are no substantiated studies that show benefits from the consumption of cognac. A small glass of cognac (30 ml) contains 38% alcoholby volume and approximately 75 calories.
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