Cognac and yogurt

Trénais is a wonderful marriage between the finest cognac from Charente and the smooth, light yogurt of Holland.

Not a combination that would have occurred to me. But who knows. Perhaps it was really good.

Apparently this product was, like Touch of Yogurt Shampoo, an attempt to cash in on the yogurt craze that was sweeping America at the time.

Texas Monthly - Nov 1983

The Santa Clarita Signal - Aug 24, 1983

     Posted By: Alex - Fri Apr 06, 2018
     Category: Inebriation and Intoxicants | 1980s

Yetch. Makes me want to hurl.
Posted by Virtual on 04/06/18 at 11:21 AM
I am Dutch, and I like Cognac, but this combination makes me want to hurl, as well.
Posted by Richard Bos on 04/06/18 at 01:49 PM
Maybe in countries where people drink kefir?
Posted by Yudith on 04/08/18 at 07:07 AM
When I make my journeys to France, one of the first things I buy at the grocers is a semi-fluid yogurt drink called "Yop." It is packaged in a 1 litre bottle. We can get something like it here in the States but it's packaged in tiny 100 ml bottles and doesn't come in flavors of strawberry, chocolate, raspberry and coconut. But, after seeing this, I think I might try mixing some cognac with flavored yogurt, just to see if it works out.
Posted by KDP on 04/09/18 at 09:20 AM
Isn't this eggnog without the egg.
Posted by BMN on 04/10/18 at 02:30 PM
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