Camus Borderies XO Cognac

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Since its founding in 1863, this Cognac house—the fifth-largest producer in the world—has remained family owned, with Cyril Camus, the fifth generation, now bringing it to America. The flagship Borderies XO, a rare, single-growth Cognac from the region’s smallest appellation, is the ultimate introduction, as it comes directly from the family’s private stocks. It is floral yet intense, full of vanilla, dried fruit, hazelnut, and licorice—an indication of more than 35 years of aging.

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