Camus Curvée 2.105 is the cognac house's new Cuvée, a masterpiece by Jean-Paul and Cyril Camus. The blend was selected in February 2011. The Grande Champagne cognacs are at least 65 years old, while Cyril selected another range of eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne which are at least 40 years old. The cognac is limited to 1228 numbered crystal Baccarat decanters, designed by french artist Serge Mansau. The price of Camus Cuvée 2105 is yet not communicated. This bottle is launched in September 2011.
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Cognac Camus has been handed down since five generations in the Camus family. It is one of the cognac houses that has always gone with the developments of society and technology, from introducing strong bonds with the duty free market in the early 1960s to launching a private lounge in the heart of Beijing in 2010. Its products range from special cognac blends to wine, champagne and coffee, making it an innovative business that strives for modern strategies and wide-ranging consumers. One example is the Ile de Ré cognac, made from eaux-de-vie from an island off the cognac region, a very brave move for the still very traditional cognac industry.