CAMUS 1973 Single Cask Bons Bois 42.9%


Founded in 1863 by Jean-Baptiste Camus, and now overseen by Cyril Camus, this famous Cognac house is renowned for the high quality of its brandies. Remarkable from start to finish, this vintage initially leads the taster deep into the heart of Bons Bois country to breathe in the aromas of flowering vines and ripe grapes. Showing extraordinary balance, luminosity and preserved freshness, it then recreates the close atmosphere of an ageing barrel in which ancient casks wait patiently for their time to shine – waiting, like this 1973 vintage, for their coming of age.

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SKU: 52207 Categories: , , Brand: , Volume: 70clReference: 52207

Profile: the nose is complex, oscillating between fresh and exotic fruits, vanilla, dark chocolate and heady florals. It becomes increasingly powdery upon airing. The palate is very elegant indeed, characterised by notes of flowering blossom and ripe grape. The spicy finish splits the chromatic palette between white and purple.
Limited edition of 200 bottles.
Exclusive to LMDW

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Weight 1.0 kg
Dimensions 11.0 × 11.0 × 37.0 cm
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