(made in Albania)
Cognac Skënderbeu is an Albanian cognac produced and degusted for the first time on September 1, 1967 by then government-owned Kantina Skënderbeu.
The alcohol is prepared and aged only in vats, tuns and barrels made by oak wood, which gives it its unique aroma, bouquet and special color. Its main ingredients are: aged raki, mountain plants extract, processed fruit (grapes, lemon, black plum), ethyl alcohol, sugar syrup, flower honey, distilled water, caramel, etc.
Cognac Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu has traditionally enjoyed the reliability of the Albanian and foreign markets.
It is well known in the markets of Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Kosovo, Serbia & Monte Negro, Bosnia – Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Poland, Rumania, Hungary, Cheek Republic, Switzerland, Federation of Russia, Germany, Italy, Greece, USA, Australia, United Kingdom, etc.
In 1970, it has participated in the Plovdiv International Fair in Bulgaria and was honored with the Bronze Medal.
In 1972, it has participated in the International Competition of wines and cognacs in Bulgaria and again won the Bronze Medal.
In 1981, in the 9 th National Competition of Wines in Durrës, it won the Gold Medal for Cognac “Skënderbeu” 1974″ and “Cognac “Skënderbeu” 1976″.