Camus XO Borderies Cognac

Camus Cognac

Camus' XO Borderies comes in a 70 cl bottle and is a special one: The grapes used for the produktion of the eaux-de-vie only come from the Borderies growing area, so it is considerer as a Single Cru, the used vineyards belong to Jean-Paul Camus.

Cognac age:
XO
Growth area:
Borderies
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

159,00 € - In Stock

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Tasting Notes

The XO Borderies cognac from the house of Camus presents a floral nose, with some noticable sweet notes, such as vanilla and almond. The palate is fruity, mellow wood aromas, the finish is sligthly sharp.

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.

2 reviews for Camus XO Borderies

Dennis 2012-01-22

I'm selling CAMUS Cognac here in the Philippines,,yeah i really like the BORDERIES XO....CORDON BLEU is nice also but BORDERIES conquered it.

    Jack 2012-01-03

    I just love Camus' idea of doing a Borderies XO Cognac. The taste is very fine, typical 'rough' for a Borderies blend. It's a great comparable to Martell Cordon Bleu, one should take the time to review those two cognacs at the same time. After all, this XO is less expensive as the Martells, Hennessy and Remy Martin XO cognacs.

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      The XO Borderies cognac from the house of Camus presents a floral nose, with some noticable sweet notes, such as vanilla and almond. The palate is fruity, mellow wood aromas, the finish is sligthly sharp.

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