Camus Collection Claude Monet ‘Woman In The Garden’ Cognac
This Special Reserve edition of the Grand Masters Collection uses the painting of Claude Monet, ‘Woman In The Garden’ as its central motif for the Limoges porcelain decanter. A blend of various crus, this Cognac is presented at 42% ABV.
Up until now, the Camus Collection Claude Monet ‘Woman In The Garden’ Cognac has been available exclusively for travel retail, after its initial release at the 2011 TFWA Asia Pacific exhibition. Camus states:
“This is a fabulous collector’s item offering travellers a fine blend of rare cognacs in the perfect gift presentation. This has now been upgraded with a new stylish gift box to become even more premium. Travel retail has always played an important role in the success and development of the Camus Cognac brand.”
Presentation of the Bottle
The Grand Masters Collection by Camus features a range of porcelain decanters in the shape of books, each presenting the work of a great French artist and decorated with 22-carat gold. Combining regency aesthetics, famous French paintings and premium Cognac, each of these decanters is a shining example of opulence and luxury. The decanter itself has been produced by Artoria Limoges, the largest manufacturer of porcelain giftware in Limoges, France. They are located on the banks of the Vienne River which runs through the city of Limoges - and just like Camus, they remain a family-owned company to this day.
About Camus Cognac
Since 1863, five generations of the Camus family have cultivated a single-minded passion for crafting great Cognac with their own style. Laid across 180 hectares in the smallest and rarest AOC cru - the Borderies - the Camus family has always been deeply involved in winemaking and distilling. It is this unbreakable bond between the land, the traditions and the people who live on it that helps them craft superb Cognacs. Today, it is Cyril Camus who is the bearer of all family tradition and oversees the undisputed quality of Camus Cognac. Export development and product development remain at the top, with a passion for innovation. Cyril Camus has entirely modernized the Cognac house’s interiors, relying on a fresh new take on Cognac for the new century. Instead of leather, wood and velvet in shades of brown, he opts for light colors and a combination of tradition and modern design. d Korea, firmly establishing Camus as one of the five leading Cognac houses at the time.
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