Camus Cognac Prices and Buyer’s Guide

There are good bottles of Camus Cognac, and then there are stellar bottles of Camus Cognac alcohol.

This guide will help give you an overview of what Camus Cognac has to offer.

Which bottles cost what? Which bottles are best? Most loved? Most Rare? Most Expensive?

And more.

Later, you’ll find we’ve summarized a short history of the prestigious brand for you so that in 5 minutes, you can pretend to be an expert. 😉

Note: the prices are in US Dollars, and for the US market, if you are outside of the US, the prices may vary, we will, however, include links to the best place to buy your ideal bottle of Camus Cognac in your country.

How much is a bottle of Camus Cognac?

Let’s start by answering the most basic question simply:

The most commonly bought bottle of Camus Cognac is the Camus VS Cognac 750 ml and costs $41.

What is the most expensive bottle of Camus Cognac?

The most expensive bottle of Camus Cognac is Camus Cognac Cuvee 750ml. It’s worth $7,117.

Now that you have the simplest answers to the simplest questions, below you’ll find the prices and sizes of the entire range of Camus Cognac, their sizes, prices, and later on, a buyer’s guide.


Camus Cognac Standard Bottles and Prices

Here is the list of Camus Cognac bottles and prices.

Number                               NamePrice(750ml)
1Camus VS Cognac$41
2Camus VSOP Cognac$50
3Camus VSOP Borderies Single Estate Cognac$62
4Camus XO Cognac$180

Amongst these standard Camus Cognac bottles, the following is the most popular one,

Camus Cognac Very Special (VS)

Camus Very Special Cognac is a blend of Eaux-de-vie from the Charente terroir, which gives it a complexity of flavors and aromas. It is aged in fine-grain oak barrels after the careful distillation process of enhancing the highly aromatic compounds in the drink. As a result, it has intense flavors of summer fruits and spices.

It is a deep golden color cognac with amber tones with a tasting profile of floral jasmine and violet notes on the nose and pear, sweet almonds, and mango taste that gives a smooth and sweet finish. It is 40% ABV. The cognac costs $41 for 750ml.

Camus Cognac Limited Edition Bottles and Prices

Camus has launched plenty of limited-edition cognac bottles. The following is the list of Camus limited edition cognac bottles and prices (750ml),

Camus Cognac Return to Saint-Aulaye

This is the first cognac produced from the Colombard grapes cultivated in the last vineyards of Dordogne. Though this region was part of the Cognac AOC, the traditional method of producing cognac was on the verge of disappearing in recent years.

Camus revived the heritage of this site by collaborating with the town council of Saint-Aulaye and planting new vines. They produced the cognac from these vineyards and matured them in wooden barrels bought from the local double forest.

This unique blend from the 2016 vintage collection is a small batch of 3,000 bottles individually numbered in the series. It’s a limited-edition cognac with shiny golden hues and a fruity flavor profile with notes of pineapple and luscious aromas of vanilla, ginger, walnut, and spice. It is 43% ABV, which is worth $126.

Camus Cognac Cuvee

This is a new limited edition and 6th release of the brand in the Cuvee Collection. The batch has made only 784 decanters, which is a blend of several carefully chosen Eaux-de-vie. This is 4.160 blend of four eaux-de-vie; 65% of summer 1988 aromatic cru, 19% of 1975 mono-cru Petite Champagne, 14% of 1970 mono-cru Borderies and 2% of 1973 vintage cru.

The rare blend of superior cru gives this drink a deep amber color with notes of plums, figs, honey, chocolate, hazelnut, dried almond, and spicy aromas. It has a creamy finish. It’s worth $7,117.

Camus Cognac Prices and Notes

Camus has different flavors of cognac, which are available in various sizes and prices including,

Camus Cognac VSOP

It is an aromatic cognac with a blend of Eaux-de-vie produced from the grapes in the Borderies vineyards. They are matured in fine-grain barrels with low tannin levels because of the unique light toasting process carried out before the aging. These toasted barrels impart a distinct quality and characteristics to the drink and enhance the terpinol levels, which gives it a fresh profile with intense aromas.

The tasting notes of the drink have strong fruity notes with accent spices and vanilla. It is an amber-colored drink with a golden tint and rich in tannins and tropical fruit flavors.

  • Size: 750ml
  • Price: $50

Camus Cognac VSOP Borderies Single Estate

Camus VSOP Borderies Single Estate Cognac is a blend produced from the vineyards of Borderies appellation. Camus owns the largest extension of this region, which makes up only 5% of the whole cognac AOC. This makes it a prestigious cognac made only from a single estate.

The cognac tastes exceptionally good with floral aromas because of the limestone-rich soil of the Borderies, which makes the most distinct cru. It is a rich amber-colored cognac with powerful aromas of vanilla, orange zest, and soft spice. The palate includes robust taste with a light hint of woodiness. This drink gives a well-balanced long finish. It is 40% ABV.

  • Size: 750ml
  • Price: $62

Camus Cognac XO

Camus Cognac Xo is an exceptional blend of Eaux-de-vie carefully selected from oak barrels aged for over ten years. They choose the most intense Borderies Cru for the deep and aromatic flavors. Since they mature in the lightly toasted oak barrels after the selection process during the second distillation, they have subtle levels of tannins and higher aromatics.

This is an intense golden drink with mahogany hues, with a floral profile highlighting the aromatics. It has pastry aromas with apricot, orange and white flower notes. The palate includes butter, candied fruit, and cinnamon, giving a soft and long finish with a touch of spice. It is 40% ABV.

  • Size: 750ml
  • Price: $180

Camus Cognac ILE DE RE Fine Island

Camus Ile de Re Cognac is the brand’s latest release, which portrays a unique flavor profile influenced by the climatic conditions of the sea. This is a blend made from the Eaux-de-vie of the westernmost vineyards of France.

This island is famous for its calcareous sands and seaweed, giving the drink a richer taste. They mature the cognac under the variable temperatures, sea breeze, and weather of the island. In warmer weather, the consistent maturation process makes this a smooth and balanced cognac.

It is a deep golden color cognac with amber hints and a fruity profile comprising fresh notes of white fruits and rich mineral undertones. It is 40% ABV.

  • Size: 750ml
  • Price: $44

Camus Cognac De Caractere – Accent Fruite

This is a special collection of Cognac only customizable for their customers. It is a gift-friendly drink with unique cork, braid, and label options to choose from. You can select the flavor of the drink; fruit, floral or spicy, and customize the bottle according to your choice. The options include Black Bouchon Noir cork or a natural Bouchon Noir cork, gold, sapphire, ruby, onyx, or pearl Braid and a black or white color label for the bottle.

Camus Cognac Fruit has a blend of Eaux-de-vie made using white grapefruits and Ugni Blanc grapes, giving rich, fruity flavors and aromas. They age the cognac in a hygrometry-designed process to enhance the drink’s fruity esters. As a result, it gives a smooth finish with intense fruitiness.

  • Size: 750ml
  • Price: $146

About Camus Cognac

Camus Cognac is one of the popular French Cognac companies in the world. It is a family-run business from its first inception in the year 1863 by Jean-Baptiste Camus. Its distillery is in Cognac, France.

The History behind Camus Cognac

Jean-Baptiste Camus is an independent winegrower who first sold high-quality cognacs under the brand name ‘La Grande Marque.’ He started exporting his cognacs to England first in the year 1835.

His elder son, Edmond, succeeded the business in 1894. He became the master distiller, and soon his brother Gaston joined him in expanding the business to Russia, where Camus Cognac became the official drink of the last Tsar.

In the 19th century, Michael Camus flourished the brand’s identity by introducing his cognac as a gift, including baccarat crystal decanters. Then his son, Jean-Paul Camus, joined him in expanding the business to Asia-Pacific regions.

Cyril Camus became the President of the company in 2004 after his extensive efforts in developing the Borderies blend of the cognac since his entry in 1998. This is the fifth generation of the family running the business, currently being the most popular cognac brand in Japan, China, and Russia.

Why is Camus Cognac So Popular?        

Camus Cognac is renowned for producing high-quality cognacs from the superior vines of the Borderies region. The high levels of tannins, fruity aromas, and spiciness in the drink make it popular among alcohol connoisseurs.

How Best to Drink Camus Cognac?

You can enjoy the intense fruit, floral and spicy flavors of Camus Cognac in the following ways,


Pour Camus Cognac in a tulip-shaped glass at room temperature and sip it slowly to enjoy it to the fullest.

On the Rocks

Serve the Camus Cognac in a short glass tumbler with a block of ice.


Drink a glass of Camus Cognac before a meal as an apéritif. Then, pair it with seafood canapes.

Desert Drink

Enjoy a glass of Camus Cognac with fine pastry deserts after dinner.

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