Camus Cognac's Announces Release of Rarissimes 40-year-old

Source: F&B NewsCamus 40 year old

Patrick Léger, Cellar Master of the House of CAMUS, signs the first presentation to the market of this masterful 40-year Cognac - latest creation in the CAMUS Rarissimes range.

Each aroma is expressed freely, lengthening into candied fruit notes with a touch of oak. The palate gives off the entire flavor from fruit to oak, not forgetting the floral and spicy notes – to lead into a gourmet festival of marron glacé.

To preserve and ensure the quality of this 2014 edition, at 40.9% vol. and limited to only 991 bottles, a bailiff witnessed the filling of each one.

Rare, pure and eternal, the platinum CAMUS plaque emphasizes the bottle’s uniqueness, of which every detail of its black capsule evokes the CAMUS “Paradise” cellar. Combining tradition and elegance, the bottle design highlights shades of topaze with hints of antique gold of this rare Cognac. In a subtle beauty, the presentation case is a perfect reminder of the oak that recalls the rigor and care bestowed upon the Cognac within.

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