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Armenian Cognac

The history of Armenian brandy started in 1887 when Nerses Tairyan, very famous Armenian trader, founded the first Wine and Brandy Factory in Yerevan. In 1890 Shustov presented the brandy in Paris exhibition and recognized the best factory, winning Grand Prix. In 1945, during the Yalta’s conference, Winston Churchill first time tasted “Dvin” brandy and “fell in love” with this Armenian beverage. Years later, when Churchill was asked what his secret of longevity was, he answered: ” Never be late for dinner, smoke Hawaiian cigar and drink Armenian cognac.”

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