Camus Cognac, a brand whose history lasts for five consecutive generations, and has its origins in 1863, is going to unveil Camus Cuvée 2.105, the third product in its Masterpiece Collection by Jean-Paul and Cyril Camus at the TFWA World Exhibition this month.
Camus Cuvée 2.105 is a perfect blend of two cognacs: Cyril Camus chose the 45 – year-old cognac, and Jean-Paul put on a little older, 65-year-old liquor. The blend of these two Cognacs in identical proportions is said to celebrate the fifth generation of the family and it was selected in February 2011.
The taste of cognac can be described as a mixture of hazelnut, chocolate, dried plums and cedar. The perfume is described as rich with candied orange essences and spice, as well as more floral notes of honeysuckle and jasmine. The final spicy notes burst with complex fruit, according to Camus.
Camus Cuvée 2.105 is limited to 1228 numbered crystal Baccarat decanters, designed by french artist and sculptor Serge Mansau. The price of cognac is yet not communicated. [BornRich]