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Fussigny’s XO is a Grande and Petite Champagne blended cognac. It consists of at least 50% Grande Champagne eau-de-vie. A. de Fussigny’s distilling methods are traditional. The humid cellars of A. de Fussigny are ideal for aging cognac, as they are situated by the banks of the river of Charente, in the cognac region. This kind of storage enhances aromas to where they are supposed to be, giving this cognac a fine and exquisite taste. Like all other Fussigny Cognacs, the A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne is aged either in Tronconnais casks or Limousin oak barrels.

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Camus Family Legacy

Submitted by on October 31, 2012 – 7:38 amOne Comment

Released in october 2012, this Hors d´Âge cognac, a grade beyond XO, called Camus Family Legacy is blended with five different crus? Grand Champagne, Petite Champagne, Bon Bois, Fin Bois and famous Borderies—and aged in French oak barrels.

Camus Family Legacy Cognac

We haven’t reviewed this exlusive bottle yet, but the producer states:

The nose offers smooth notes opening into complex aromas of tangerine, violet and oak fading into labdanum, according to the supplier. The cognac is presented in a decanter adorned with a crystal stopper within a soft-touch gift box.

As far as we know this high end bottler will be marketed mainly in the US, Russia and Asia. Presentation is in an elegant decanter adorned with a multi-faceted Crystal stopper, within a modern soft-touch gift box, making it ideal for travel retail. One can say it’s positioned as a gift product. Family Legacy by Cognac Camus will be available from January on. It remains unclear how many items there will be released but we can tell you that it will be a limited edition. The bottle surfaced for the first time at TFWA world exhibition in Cannes.

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