There’s so little about this pear brandy that Copper and Kings didn’t even bother to put any information on their website, although Bourbon Veach has some extra information that I don’t. I can tell you that this is distilled from 100% pear juice and aged for some amount of time in oak, but I have no idea if it’s new charred oak or used. Based on the color, my best guess is used oak. Other than that, this brandy comes from a single barrel selected by Prestige Ledroit, their distributor, for the DC market. Even with all those unknowns, the liquid in the bottle matters so most, so let’s understand its quality in this Copper and Kings Pear Brandy review.