For five generations, Camus has been known for its “aromatic finesse” in its cognacs. Ile de Ré is no exception. This Fine Island version comes from the westernmost region of Cognac where it is produced in an “extremely damp cellar” in lightly toasted oak barrels. The final product is light straw with golden tints. There are hints of the oak but also fruity, spicy notes. This Cognac goes well with seafood or with fish, and of course, is well worth sipping all by itself!