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Duduk (20 Years)

Duduk is a native Armenian brass music instrument, which is 3500-4000 years old.

It’s being made from apricot tree.

When listening to the sorrow and soulful melodies of this traditional Armenian instrument, one realizes that it has compressed and crystallized the historical fate of the Armenian nation.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 20 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 750 ml 

Duduk (20 Years)
Duduk (15 Years)

Duduk is a native Armenian brass music instrument, which is 3500-4000 years old.

It’s being made from apricot tree.

When listening to the sorrow and soulful melodies of this traditional Armenian instrument, one realizes that it has compressed and crystallized the historical fate of the Armenian nation.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 15 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 750 ml 

Duduk (15 Years)
Duduk (10 Years)

Duduk is a native Armenian brass music instrument, which is 3500-4000 years old.

It’s being made from apricot tree.

When listening to the sorrow and soulful melodies of this traditional Armenian instrument, one realizes that it has compressed and crystallized the historical fate of the Armenian nation.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 10 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 700 ml 

Duduk (10 Years)
Duduk (7 Years)

Duduk is a native Armenian brass music instrument, which is 3500-4000 years old.

It’s being made from apricot tree.

When listening to the sorrow and soulful melodies of this traditional Armenian instrument, one realizes that it has compressed and crystallized the historical fate of the Armenian nation.

“Duduk” brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 7 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 750 ml

Duduk (7 Years)
Duduk (5 Years)

Duduk is a native Armenian brass music instrument, which is 3500-4000 years old.

It’s being made from apricot tree.

When listening to the sorrow and soulful melodies of this traditional Armenian instrument, one realizes that it has compressed and crystallized the historical fate of the Armenian nation.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 5 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol։ 40 %

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 700 ml

Duduk (5 Years)
Duduk (3 Years)

Duduk is a native Armenian brass music instrument, which is 3500-4000 years old.

It’s being made from apricot tree.

When listening to the sorrow and soulful melodies of this traditional Armenian instrument, one realizes that it has compressed and crystallized the historical fate of the Armenian nation.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 3 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 750 ml 

Duduk (3 Years)
Araks (20 Years)

The brandy is called after Armenian "Mother River" Araks, which heads from historical Armenia’s Byurakn highland rills and flowing 1072 km of length links with Kur river.

Not only Armenians were inspired by Araks, but also foreign writers and historians.

A remarkable Roman poet Virgil (1st century BC) represented Araks as Armenia’s and Armenians’ strength, freedom and recalcitrant symbol.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 20 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 700 ml

Araks (20 Years)
Araks (15 Years)

The brandy is called after Armenian ‘‘Mother River” Araks, which heads from historical Armenia’s Byurakn highland rills and flowing 1072 km of length links with Kur river.

Not only Armenians were inspired by Araks, but also foreign writers and historians.

A remarkable Roman poet Virgil (1st century BC) represented Araks as Armenia’s and Armenians’ strength, freedom and recalcitrant symbol.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 15 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 700 ml

Araks (15 Years)
Araks (10 Years)

The brandy is called after Armenian ‘‘Mother River” Araks, which heads from historical Armenia’s Byurakn highland rills and flowing 1072 km of length links with Kur river.

Not only Armenians were inspired by Araks, but also foreign writers and historians.

A remarkable Roman poet Virgil (1st century BC) represented Araks as Armenia’s and Armenians’ strength, freedom and recalcitrant symbol.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 10 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 250 ml / 500 ml / 750 ml

Araks (10 Years)
Yerevantsi (15 Years)

"Yerevantsi" - so proudly call themselves native inhabitants of the capital of Armenia. This brandy was named after them. Due to long ageing in oak barrels this brandy acquired a rich combination of wood aroma, vanilla and spicy taste.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 15 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 750 ml

Yerevantsi (15 Years)
Yerevantsi (10 Years)

"Yerevantsi" - so proudly call themselves native inhabitants of the capital of Armenia. This brandy was named after them. Due to long ageing in oak barrels this brandy acquired a rich combination of wood aroma, vanilla and spicy taste.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 10 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40 %

Volume: 750 ml

Yerevantsi (10 Years)
Yerevantsi (7 Years)

"Yerevantsi" - so proudly call themselves native inhabitants of the capital of Armenia. This brandy was named after them. Due to long ageing in oak barrels this brandy acquired a rich combination of wood aroma, vanilla and spicy taste.

The brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 7 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 750 ml

Yerevantsi (7 Years)
Yerevantsi (Apricot)

"Yerevantsi" - so proudly call themselves native inhabitants of the capital of Armenia. This brandy was named after them. Due to long ageing in oak barrels this brandy acquired a rich combination of wood aroma, vanilla and spicy taste.

‘‘Yerevantsi” apricote brandy is produced with the traditional methods of brandy making, in oak barrels with 15 years ageing, from brandy spirits.

Alcohol: 40%

Volume: 750 ml

Yerevantsi (Apricot)
Vivat Armenia (7 Years)

As a result of contact with oxygen through wood pores, the drink acquires golden color. It has an exquisite combination of fruity and woody aroma and an indescribable taste with notes of dried fruits, oak and dark chocolate.

Aged: 7 years

Strength: 40%

Capacity: 500 ml

Vivat Armenia (7 Years)
Vivat Armenia (5 Years)

This cognac has a pleasant sweet vanilla flavour, which is replaced by dryish fruity and woody notes. Light floral-chocolate aroma of the drink makes it a perfect digestif.

Exposure: 5 years

Alcohol: 40% by vol.

Volume: 500 ml

Vivat Armenia (5 Years)
Vivat Armenia (3 Years)

The distinctive features of this brandy are its lightness and harmonious taste, dominated by oak and dried fruit flavors.

Exposure: 3 years

Alcohol: 40% vol.

Volume: 500 ml

Vivat Armenia (3 Years)
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