Camus Rarissimes 40 Year Old Cognac 70cl
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When rare, unique moments happen, when a cognac ageing in the cellars of the House is found to have exeptionally unusual character, the Camus family makes the decision to put it forward in its ” Rarissimes” (most rare) line. These treasures often come from particular vintages of eaux-de-vie, from th… details
|Format : 70cl||ABV : 40%|
|Aged for 40 Years|
Only 1 left in stock
When rare, unique moments happen, when a cognac ageing in the cellars of the House is found to have exeptionally unusual character, the Camus family makes the decision to put it forward in its ” Rarissimes” (most rare) line. These treasures often come from particular vintages of eaux-de-vie, from the same year of harvesting. The traceability of these eaux-de-vie is guaranteed by the authorities, and is a mandatory condition in their bottling – all this often translates into very limited volumes.
Since 1863, five generations of the CAMUS family have crafted superb cognacs, with passion and creativity, evocative of the Cognac region.
Today CAMUS is the fifth largest cognac producer in the world and the largest that is still entirely family owned.
The cognacs are aged in old barrels, which provide less oak to the final blend and enable each cognac`s personality and flavour to express itself fully. The CAMUS philosophy has always been to innovate, offering consumers exceptional, original and different cognacs and provide a varied palette of distinctive flavours and aromas to discover and savour. The patented ‘INSTENSITY’ distillation method allows the blender to select the most aromatic fractions of liquid out of the second distillation, rich in esters and responsible for intense fruity aromas.
House of Camus’ living tradition is with Cognacs that truly respect the original character of the eaux-de-vie and are remarkable for the finesse of their blends.
Laid across 180 hectares in the smallest and rarest AOC cru - the Borderies - the Camus family has always been deeply involved in winemaking and distilling.
Cyril Camus, 5th generation, now heads the business, founded by Jean-Baptiste Camus.