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Pure design for Camus 1983 Fins Bois Cognac

Camus has introduced a timeless, new pack design with pure, clean lines for its single growth 1983 Fins Bois Cognac, a limited edition of only 990 bottles, which joins the Cognac House’s Rarissimes range.

Cognacs in the Camus Rarissimes range are all chosen to mark a special vintage, vineyard, or event and the Rarissimes “seal of rarity” distinguishes them as extraordinary cognacs. Available exclusively in limited editions, the Rarissimes range reveals through its refinement and beauty, the aromatic alchemy of the rare and excellent Cognacs within.

The pack design is discreet, allowing the antique gold liquid highlighted with amber tints to shine through.

Marked by heavy hailstorms, followed by a very hot summer, the 1983 harvest was distilled the year of the 120th anniversary of the House of CAMUS. Time and expertise have done their work ever since, revealing the profound harmony of the Fins Bois with its notes of fruit, vanilla and spice. The nose is open and complex combining nutmeg aromas with a dash of orange zest and sweet spice, backed with subtle hints of undergrowth. The palate is balanced, rounded and dense, with a velvety-smooth finish.

Camus Rarissimes 1983 Fin Bois 70cl (42.8%abv) has a recommended duty-free price of US$770

3 February 2014 - Felicity Murray The Drinks Report, editor