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Camus Cognac

The Camus VSOP Ile de Ré Fine Island Cognac is one of a range of cognacs produced by the house from the vineyards located on the Ile de Ré Island.  This located in the most westerly part of the cognac growing region.  Grapes grown here produce inimitable eaux-de-vie with an island character balanced by fruity notes and outstanding smoothness.  This VSOP is the youngest cognac in the range.  Served neat, it will surprise you with its light, fresh tanginess. Chilled or over ice, this cognac offers a creamy texture. A dash of still spring water will reveal its powerful character to the full.

Cognac age:
VSOP
Growth area:
Bois Ordinaires
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

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$59

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Tasting Notes

Tasting notes: Has a nose with light, fresh notes of iodine and a lively, delicately oaked opening palate with dried fruit notes, leading into the characteristic smooth finish with a salty touch...

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If you like Whisky, try this Cognac

So i am more a whisky man - i read an article about which cognacs to try if you love whisky. So this Camus bottle was among that selection and i ordered a bottle. really solid value for money, fruity (compared to a whisky) bit still dry enough for me. love that camus line for sure!

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Q&A for Camus VSOP Ile de Ré Fine Island

Greg 2013-03-03

i was very anxious to taste this camus cognac, but at first sip in my mouth it tasted like a whisky. like the description say it's rough! i had another glass couple days later but it was the same.it's not enough elegant, not worked it's not relaxing. i'm kind of deceived of this cognac, that for me it isn't one. not so shure in how many years will i be able to finish this bottle..

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    Camus VSOP Ile de Ré Fine Island

    Camus VSOP Ile de Ré Fine Island

    Tasting notes: Has a nose with light, fresh notes of iodine and a lively, delicately oaked opening palate with dried fruit notes, leading into the characteristic smooth finish with a salty touch...

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