The Cognac Napoléon by Jean Fillioux has the grace that only long-refined products can have. Napoleon is produced with an assembly of spirits with 8-10 years of aging. Its value, in addition to its organoleptic characteristics, production techniques and years of refinement, is given by the emotions it is able to offer.
The Bas Armagnac of 1999 of Baron de Lustrac matures in oak barriques for 25 years. It is an excellent Brandy: it fits perfectly with chocolate cakes and can also accompany the crepes blurred with the same distillate. It's great if he sipped as a digestive.