Macerated bitter orange skins in vintage brandy, adding wild herbs, cinnamon, cardamom, clove, Cienfuegos coffee, Cuban molasses, and orange blossom honey. Try it chilled, neat, or on the rocks.
Rich with aromas of pecan, vanilla, and smoky oak. Balanced with notes of ripe fruit and tropical spice over a smoky oak and tobacco finish, laced with hints of sherry. Best savored neat or on the rocks. Also perfect as a mixer for traditional rum cocktails.
Intense nose with notes of vanilla. Lavishly complex with a velvety, long, creamy finish.
Complex aromas of oak, prune and sherry. Medium-dry, smooth and full-bodied with hints of vanilla, caramel, chocolate, and orange, with a long finish. Best served at room temperature. Serve in a brandy snifter neat or on ice. Makes for an excellent end to a meal with dessert, cheeses, or as a cordial.
Fundador means Founder in Spanish. This is an apt name because it was the first brand to be marketed as a Brandy de Jerez way back in 1874. Today it is sold in more than 30 countries and enjoyed by millions. Fundador is Spain's number one export brandy and one of the Philippines' leading imported brands.
Dark topaz-colored, with fine old gold tints. Of strong aroma, it displays an intense bouquet more spiritual than spirituous with warm hints of spices such as cinnamon and vanilla. On the palate it is round and rich in tannins, developing towards a lush and lingering aftertaste, in which the aromatic overtones of the oak are revealed. This brandy is obtained by traditional distillation and aged by the solera system in small American oak barrels.
Topaz-colored, with fine greenish and old gold tints. Deep and dense, it exhibits aromas of great richness with hints of walnut and dried fruit. It is intense, silky and concentrated on the palate. It displays warm spicy overtones of vanilla and cinnamon in the aftertaste. This brandy is obtained by continuous distillation and aged by the solera system in small American oak barrels.
Rich with aromas of fig and raisin. Balanced palate accented with ripe fruit and tropical soice over a smoky oak and tobacco finish, laved with hints of Sherry. Best savored neat or on the rocks. Pairs well with cigars and chocolate.