A reader has a cognac bottle of Camus Baccarat Hors d’Age at home.
The bottle is located in Beverly Hills, California. The Reader writes “I inherited the Cognac from a relative that recently passed away. It is in perfect condition, in its presentation red box, together with its certification that says in written hand that it is Decanter number 1847 out of 5000. It was certainly given to him as a gift.”
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The label reads: Cognac Camus by Baccarat…has a tiny seal with words that include the word “France” but I can’t read the rest as it is too small. The very top of the bottle (Lip) says Camus Cognac La Grande Marque Cognac Product of France. It too, has that same tiny medallion.
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: The bottle is sealed, and has a document, one side French, one English, with the history, production number and decanter number. There is also a small key taped to it. The description says it is a reproduction of an original from 1883 by Baccarat, talks about the history of Baccarat crystal in relation to Cognac, and ends with “Camus therefore selected in their old family reserves this Cognac “Hors d’Age” to offer to the world’s privileged connoisseurs the quintessence of French quality”. “Decanted in 1986, Production limited to 5000”, “Decanter number: 1847”.
How has the bottle been stored:
- At room temperature
- Lying on its side
Some more information about the bottle:
- Everything seems fine
The level of the cognac: High shoulder or top shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the upper curve of the shoulder.
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Camus Baccarat Hors d’Age Cognac.
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