On the Nose

  • Fruity
  • Peppery
  • Peach

On the Palate

  • Sugar Cane
  • White peach
  • Silky

How to Use It

  • In a cocktail
  • On its own


Mulet ODVI

Le caractère poivré et fruité d'ODVI est une excellente base pour un Mule, car il ne se laisse pas dominer par le citron vert et le gingembre du mélange. Versez 50 ml d'ODVI, 20 ml de jus de citron vert frais et 20 ml de liqueur de pêche de vigne dans un shaker avec une poignée de glaçons. Bien agiter, puis verser dans un verre highball. Remplir de glaçons et garnir de bière au gingembre. Garnir d'une lamelle de gingembre ou d'une tranche de citron et profiter de toutes les saveurs fraîches et acidulées.

Inspiration behind the product

ODVI was created expressly for bartenders. As mixology continues to evolve, spirits such as cognac have taken their place as a staple of high-class cocktail menus – and now armagnac is stepping up to the plate. ODVI is a beautifully balanced spirit that walks the line between sweet and dry, offering a robust, young character bursting with fruit and pepper notes, and providing a delicious base for cocktail innovation.

What makes it unique

Part of ODVI’s complexity comes from its grape varieties. It’s built up from three different types – Baco, Ugni Blanc, and Folle Blanche – which all lend their individuality to the final character of the armagnac. The rest of the complexity comes from the ageing process, which takes place over a two-year period in French oak barrels. Oak-ageing infuses the spirit with soft vanilla and wood notes, and allows it to oxidise and evolve. ODVI emerges from the barrels with an extra layer of finesse and maturity, completing its spicy, juicy personality to perfection.