Camus introduces $13,500 Cuvée 5.150 Cognac to Commemorate its 150-Year Anniversary
An acclaimed brand of France-based cognac that has been produced by five generations of the Camus family, since 1863, the Camus Cognac is now celebrating 150-years as an independent, family owned company with a world tour introducing its special-edition Cuvée 5.150 Cognac. Noted for being the world’s largest independent cognac producers, Camus Cognac which last year delivered the Cuvee 2.105 limited edition decanter, and the 4th limited edition decanter of the Masterpiece Collection in the form of Cuvee 3.140 cognac, has unveiled the $13,500 Cuvée 5.150 Cognac that has been especially designed to commemorate the house’s 150th anniversary and five generations that has led the brand, starting from its founder Jean-Baptiste, to present President Cyril Camus.
Notably, five different brands of cognacs along with grapes from five of the six authorized zones in the cognac region have been blended to craft this historical product which comes in an impressive decanter created by Baccarat. The special decanter has been designed with rounded edges down its sides in an uneven, organic pattern that takes waterfall-like appearance.
The Camus Cuvée 5.150 Cognac will be made available in a limited edition of 1,492 numbered decanters, out of which first 150 will include an individually numbered 100 ml ‘ultimate sample’, which are usually reserved for the Camus family cognac library.