He also smokes copious amounts of weed mooched off his friends and makes miracles by turning water into cognac.
Don't even try looking for information about the dictator's expensive tastes for Hennessy cognac and fresh lobster.
At a minimum, he thrust food, cognac and blankets at the marchers—a final human gesture for those en route to an inhuman end.
Many of these same grapes noted above are also tapped for producing cognac in the Charente.
The cognac, an effort by the Georgian vintners to replicate the traditional French liquor, is valued at $1400 for a single bottle.
Thence instantly returning, but without either decanter or cognac!
Coffee and cognac was brought on after a considerable interval.
Instead, however, of jumping at the chance, he took a swig at a flask of cognac.
Let's have some soda and syrup, and perhaps a drop of cognac, too.
There we filled up with coffee and cognac, while the driver told us of his adventures in Antwerp.
1590s, Coniacke, "wine produced in Cognac," the region in western France. The sense of "brandy" is 1755, shortened from 17c. cognac brandy, which was distilled from cognac wine. The place name is from Medieval Latin Comniacum, from the personal name Cominius and the Gallo-Roman suffix -acum.