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There is an art to tasting Cognac and you’d be surprised to know that tasting Cognac is a more complex matter than tasting wine.
First of all, compared with wine, the color of a Cognac is of little importance for the quality and even worse, it could distract the taster.
Experts recommend a tulip-shaped glass which allows the Cognac to retain its delicate aroma and to release it slowly.
We know cognac primarily as an after dinner, or even as a base ingredient for cocktails as for many recipes such as Sidecar.
Frédéric Dezauzier, ambassador of the House of Camus, presents you a new way to drink Cognac, with 6 courses and cognac pairings to help you discover this spirit when planning your meals.Les Ateliers Camus, a jewel of our craftsmanship, would like to allow you to add a further, emotional dimension to your gifts. That’s why we have developed an exclusive personalized engraving service for you. Whether you want to celebrate an event or a loved one, say it with your words. Add your message to your favorite Cognac to make it unique.