The latest in Camus Cognac’s Masterpiece Collection is to be unveiled at the TFWA World Exhibition this month.
Named Camus Cuvée 2.105, this is the third eaux-de-vie launched in the exclusive Cyril Camus Collection. It comes beautifully presented in a Baccarat Crystal decanter designed by Serge Mansau, the French artist and sculptor.
The two cognacs that make up Camus Cuvée 2.105 were chosen in February of this year by Jean-Paul and Cyril Camus. Cyril selected a Grande Champagne of a guaranteed minimum age of 45 years, and Jean-Paul chose one of a guaranteed minimum age of 65 years.
The two cognacs are blended in identical amounts and celebrate the fifth generation of the family of Camus. They describe it as tasting of flavours of cedar wood, hazelnut, chocolate and dried plums, with a final spicy burst of complex fruit.