Cognac is according to The American Heritage Dictionaries:
A brandy distilled from white wine and produced in the vicinity of Cognac.Sounds a bit dry, so to speak, but anyone can perform a Google search and come up with a book or three on the subject. If we continue to Hennessy in the Wikipedia Encyclopaedia, we find:
Hennessy is one of the oldest and most famous manufacturers of cognac, a type of French distilled wine, or brandy. The company was born when the Irishman , who had been a mercenary for the French king, was compensated with land in the town of Cognac in France in 1765 and started a trading business, initially sending liquor back to Irish friends and relatives. His son, , expanded the business into the brandy production with which the town is now synonymous. The business was renamed James (or Jacques) Hennessy and Co, a name the company retains today.That at least establish that they should now what they are doing.
When it comes to Chocolate, the same dictionary says, among other things:
A small, chocolate-covered candy with a hard or soft center.That sounds about right, but is somehow missing the taste. However, there is again Google which leads us to this:
That should make anybody's mouth water. If you wonder what town it is, then it will be a pleasure to tell you: It is Arendal, on the southern coast of Norway.
In Heimdal Chokolade's store in 'The pink house' you can observe how genuine homemade chocolate is produced. This is the country's only home-producer of chocolate.
Have a cup of coffee while watching the process and perhaps having a little taste!
The shop is open when the sign is out, usually it follows the opening hours of the other stores in town.
PS I feel that C is for Coke just doesn't fit in here...
PPS If you miss the Cigar, it is because I don't smoke!