Camus Borderies XO Cognac 70cl

French Cognac • 70cl • 40%
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Camus Borderies XO Cognac
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Country French Cognac
Distillery/Brand Camus
Style XO Cognac

Camus Borderies XO

This Camus XO Cognac is crafted using eaux-de-vie from the very small Borderies cru, matured in oak barrels for many, many years. Gloriously floral with oak-y cinnamon spice, nutty qualities and fragrant fruit - an excellent example of Borderies Cognac!

Winner of 1 spirit awards

XO - Single Estate - 2018
The Cognac Masters (The Spirits Business)

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Reviews for Camus Borderies XO Cognac
I tried this cognac for the first time in January. Absolutely sublime fragrance, matched by the wonderful flavour. I ordered another bottle yesterday, and received it within twenty-four hours, neatly and securely packaged. Excellent quality of service from Master of Malt.
Anthony H , United Kingdom
one month ago
The best cognac I’ve ever tried
The fragrance is like being in a summer garden in early evening. Exquisite. I couldn’t stop inhaling. Meanwhile, the flavour is bursting with fruit and floral notes. The best cognac I’ve ever tried.
Tony , United Kingdom
4 months ago
First class taste
Drunk this for the first time on a river cruise, the best cognac I have ever tasted.
Peter Dignum , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Stunning, It can not get any better than this !
WOW ! just WOW !, it’s like drinking flowers it’s sooooo fragrant with almonds fruits but only summer fruits and lots of zingy top notes that are from over ripe red grapes. It is really powerful and taste follows the nosing making your mouth water with luscious fragrant lychee and orange, cox pippin apples, oak, apricot and Almonds and the finish fades into plumbs, apricots, and prune juice, black current, and red current, and Bramley apples. 5 Stars easily no problem at all. A Master Class of a Cognac not well known thankfully as it would drive prices up.
Stuart C , United Kingdom
2 years ago