Camus Ile de Ré Cliffside Cellar
The Camus Ile de Ré Cliffside Cellar is grown, distilled and aged on the island, facing the atlantic ocean. The distillation and ageing takes place at the Fort de La Prée, where the eaux-de-vie get their own, and very ‘nautic’ character. The humid cellars add to the particular taste of this cognac, so we are curious what the difference between the Cliffside Ile De Re Camus Cognac and the former bottle is.
The Fort de La Prée was built in 1626, and is an impressive building, at the rough edge of the cliff. That’s why this cognac has the name ‘cliffside’.
The packaging of this new cognac, which will take over the place of the Ile de Re XO in the “Ile De Ré” range, is very blue, with some light design elements.
Camus’ product manager Farbien Besse states:
“This concept is really unique within the Cognac market: Consumers eager to experiment with new tastes and looking for authentic and quality products should find Camus Ile de Ré Cliffside Cellar very attractive. Camus Ile de Ré Cliffside Cellar is the perfect product for Cognacs and spirits enthusiasts seeking original products, beautiful gifts or looking for a distinctive Cognac.”
The range of Camus Re Island is already available in duty free stores in Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Scandinavia.
Read more about this cognac, here.