Armand Armagnac were crossing the sunlit Champs Elysee with a kind of vivacious respectability.
Armagnac specialized rather in a resistance to militarism, and wished the chorus of the Marseillaise altered from "Aux armes, citoyens" to "Aux greves, citoyens".
There was an abrupt silence, and Armagnac said: "He may have excellent reasons for not meeting the man himself, but--"
The mass of the crowd was Nationalist, and already in threatening uproar; and a minority of equally angry Intellectuals, led by Armagnac and Brun, only made the majority more militant.
EMMERDALE ITV, 7pm AFTER Robert tipped a load of crushed sleeping tablets into Lawrence's bottle of Armagnac
, Lawrence is now suitably drowsy.
The Barrel Room of Wine Depot takes a detour from the usual reds by offering Armagnac
He travels annually to France to select Cognac, Armagnac
and Calvados barrels for their private use.
After a fruity morning myrrhtini, the in-laws are sure to be impressed by a delicious feast of Partridge, Pears & Port; Truffle and Potato Snow; a sensational Plum and Chocolate Bomb; followed by the perfect digestif Armagnac
With products like the wax sealed bottle of Armagnac
Laubade 1965; a sweet smelling caramel vintage Armagnac
, you can cradle a glass in the outdoors area with a nice cigar; if you so wish.
A supreme of guinea fowl was partnered with an imaginative passion fruit and armagnac
sauce and a sultana and cinnamon potato cake.
Except for the fact that they are both French grape brandies made with rules that govern their production, the paths of Cognac and Armagnac
couldn't be more different.
In a region where ducks outnumber people 500 to 1, it's not surprising that the methods used to create Armagnac
are very traditional: many Armagnac
stills are heated by open wood-fueled fires.