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Camus are a Cognac producer from the titular region which produce some of the finest Cognacs available, and in some of the most handsome bottle available.
VSOP Cognac from the House of Camus, made including a portion of Borderies eaux-de-vie, which Camus is well-known for using in their expressions. More info
The first of three Île de Ré releases from Camus, making the most of this island near La Rochelle that lies within the Cognac appellation. It's matured in lightly toasted casks within a damp cellar… More info
The 2015 VSOP edition of classic Borderies Cognac from Camus, almost entirely from their own vineyards. A true celebration of this excellent region. More info
One of three releases from Camus shining a light on Ile de Ré, an island just off the shore of western France near La Rochelle that's within Bois Ordinaires. Matured initially in a damp cellar on Ile… More info
One of three Camus Cognacs developed using grapes grown on the Île de Ré, an island off of the west coast of France that lies in the Bois à Terroirs/Bois Ordinaires cru. The Cliffside Cellar release… More info
A bottle of Camus Cognac thought to date from around 1970. A rare and collectible piece. Bottle number: 048494. More info
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… More info
For their XO Elegance expression, Camus use eaux-de-vie from all of Cognac's six crus to craft a luxurious, impressive brandy. Not only that, it's all rather well aged, resulting in plentiful notes… More info
A 1980s bottling of Camus VSOP Cognac. More info
An old and rare bottling of Camus Napoleon Cognac bottled during the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or photos just get in touch! More info
We believe that this bottle of Camus Celebration Cognac (or as the label puts it - Celebration "The Cognac" - as if it was the Cognac to enjoy when celebrating) was produced way back in 1963. It was… More info
A single cask bottling of Cognac from the House of Camus, bottled by La Maison du Whisky for their Through the Grapevine range. Single cask Cognac is not a common sight, but one that's greatly… More info
A hugely impressive Cognac from the Camus range, their Extra Elegance expression is specially crafted using eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and the Borderies. More info
Camus Extra Dark and Intense, released fifteen years after Extra Elegance was first introduced, is produced by selecting Extra casks, emptying them, re-toasting them and then returning the spirit… More info
This neat gift pack features a full bottle of Camus VSOP Elegance Cognac, a stunning, mellow expression which features some of their Borderies eaux de vie, as well as two glasses. Top stuff for a… More info
Here's a collectible bottle of Camus Napoleon Cognac, produced in the 1980s. Nothing to do with Albert Camus, of course.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed… More info
Though nothing to do with L'Étranger (a cracking novel by Albert Camus), this is a very rare and exciting antique bottle of Célèbration Cognac from the Camus brand. We believe this 1 litre bottling… More info
This Grande Marque Cognac from Camus was bottled back in the 1960s. This is a great collectable or a fantastic opportunity to try a Cognac from years gone by. More info
Matured for at least 6 years, this old bottling of Camus Napoleon Cognac dates from the 1960s, a rare collectible! More info