Are you referring to Asbach Uralt? It's a German brandy made from French grapes with only some two-to-four years of aging in oak prior to bottling. You can serve it straight, in a snifter after dinner, or drink it in cocktails.
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Then again, if you serious enjoy brandies like Cognac and Armagnac, you may just want to check out something other than Asbach.
Asbach Hot Toddy (good for cold nights):
sugar or honey (or add a shot of Barenjager (honey liqueur))
Asbach Sidecar(made similar to a margarita, but with brandy instead of tequila):
In pint with ice
Asbach (double shot)
orange liqueur (half shot)
lime juce splash
sweet & sour (fill rest of pint)
Shake, strain into "martini" glass rimmed with sugar.