With Asbach, we carry the best-known German brandy label. When it comes to cognacs, meanwhile, we rarely look beyond the products of the Camus house. Founded back in 1863, it remains the only major cognac producer that is still family-owned. Rounding off the range, the Marmot Grand Choix cognac featuring a crook-neck bottle, plus armagnacs from Château de Gensac and Marmot.
Founded in 1863, the House of Camus is one of the large Cognac producers that is still family-owned. It is one of the five biggest Cognac companies. Five generations of the Camus family have worked with passion and patience to produce outstanding Cognacs that inspire unique, intense emotions. Today, Cyril Camus, the custodian of this legacy, guarantees the continuation of this pursuit of excellence while preserving the unmistakable style of Camus Cognacs.
After double distillation, the wine, which comes mainly from the Fins Bois region, is aged and matured in French oak barrels. The Marmot Cognac Grand Choix owes its exceptional composition of aromas and nuances to the blending of different, carefully selected cognacs. These give the Marmot Cognac Grand Choix a fresh scent of grapes and tropical vanilla, accompanied by pleasant woody tones. The mild and very round Marmot Cognac is offered in the distinctive crookneck bottle, which is its unmistakable trademark.
Asbach is one of the best-known German brands and stands for the highest quality. In the spirits category of cognac, brandy and brandy. It is not only the careful production that is decisive for this, but also in particular the long maturation period. The distillates from Asbach are therefore matured for 24 to 46 months, many times longer than required by law. The age indication on the bottle is also unique in this product group.
Dating from the 13th century, Château de Gensac is an original AOP Armagnac castle that produces the highest quality Armagnac in time-honoured tradition. Gensac combines tradition and modernity with great passion and pride to make products that reflect its centuries-old history but are nevertheless at home in today's global world in terms of appearance and ambition. In addition to a love of grapes and the resulting products, Gensac's second passion is horses. Almost 40 horses live on the grounds around the Château de Gensac, making this magical place a truly unique experience.
A deep orange shimmering Negroni, a summery fresh Mojito, a classic Gin and Tonic or perhaps a Sprizz with sparkling Prosecco and grapefruit? Many of our first-class products can be enjoyed as cocktails or long drinks. Let our recipes inspire you.
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