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The Ageing The freshly distilled, transparent and crystalline spirit is immediately aged in 450 litre casks, made of oak from the nearby forests of Limousin and Monlezun. Each cask has different characteristics and depending on the type of oak used, provides the liquid with its various tannin hues and woody aromas. It takes a few more years before the spirit acquires its typical amber colour and subtle tannin flavours. The ageing is carried out in the ancient cellars, built in 1851, where approximately 10% of the entire aged Armagnac stock of the region, rests and ages in complete silence.