Archive for the ‘Camus Cognac’ Category

October 31st, 2012 - 8:10 am § in Camus Cognac, Cognac

Cognac: New fall products 2012

The last weeks were crazy. A lot of new products and a lot of news on new cognac One of the most exciting news is a gift product, offered in duty free stores called Camus Family Legacy Cognac at a price around $1000 per bottle of 750ml. In creating Family Legacy, the cellar master followed […[...]

September 20th, 2012 - 9:05 pm § in Camus Cognac

Camus Aims To Compete With Big Cognac Players In U.S.

Camus Cognac – this fifth largest cognac company is the last one that is still fully owned by the descendants of its founder Jean-Baptiste Camus. Long overshadowed by larger rivals, Camus, has intensified its efforts in recent years with an eye toward a larger U.S. presence.  “We’ve defin[...]

January 23rd, 2012 - 7:04 pm § in Camus Cognac

Why is cognac itself such a big brand and not Armagnac?

The other day someone came up with the question, hey why isn’t Armagnac such a big brand.. and why are only the cognac houses so famous? Well… good question. The cognac houses have a long tradition of marketing and export – the dutch merchants back in the 19th century exported to the Netherlan[...]

August 21st, 2011 - 9:41 am § in Camus Cognac

Cognac Camus

Camus Cognac was founded 1817 by Thomas Hine (1775-1822). It’s located in Jarnac. Camus has a kind of English tradition, elegant and refined. Their emblem – a deer lying – which was officially introduced in 1867. Some have a copy of an old English word “Hind”, the deer [...]