Cognac VS Camus VS 40% tasting notes

Camus VS 40%

The first product on Camus’s range: the Camus VS!
Cognac VS Camus VS 40% tasting notes


Back to basics (1/5) 

The youngest Camus on the market. Let’s go! 

Colour: Gold with olive lights. Small irregular tears

Nose: Very citrusy and acidic. Dusty nuts. A little of hazelnut cream. Freshly cut wood. Maple syrup and cider apple on final notes.

Palate: Light texture (watery). Cardboard. Sanded wood. Pinesap. Simple syrup. Very acidic aromas. It ends very quickly. A little of apple juice on final notes. 

Last Notes: Almond paste. Sanded wood. Grape juice. Green lemon zest. That’s all.

My very subjective note: 71/100

With 1,5cl of tonic: Walnuts, vanilla cream, and earl grey tea for the nose. The palate now. Orange zest, tinned pears. Simple syrup. Fresh lemon juice. It’s better than neat. Acceptable. 

Camus VS note (very subjective and just for fun) with 1,5cl of tonic (/100): 74+/100

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