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Camus adds 40YO to its Rarissimes range

Camus introduced the latest addition to its Rarissimes range – a 40 year old Cognac – yesterday at the TFWA Asia Pacific tax free exhibition in Singapore

To preserve and ensure the quality of this 2014 edition signed by Patrick Léger, cellar master of the House of Camus, production was limited to 991 bottles drawn from only three casks. The filling of each bottle was witnessed by a bailiff.

The 70cl bottle for the 40.9% ABV 40 year old Cognac features platinum on black branding with an emblem that evokes the ‘Paradise’ cellar. Combining tradition and elegance, the bottle design highlights shades of topaze with hints of antique gold and is presented in an oak case.

The cognac will be available worldwide from June 2014 at maximum recommended duty-free price of US$780 / €590

With the Rarissimes collection, Camus is one of few Cognac houses to offer distinct vintages, giving connoisseurs the opportunity to acquire bottles of an extraordinary quality that guarantee an exceptional tasting experience. Available exclusively in limited éditions, the Cognacs in this range are all chosen to mark a special vintage, vineyard, or event and the Rarissimes “seal of rarity” distinguishes them as extraordinary Cognacs.

12 May 2014 - Felicity Murray The Drinks Report, editor