A special edition ceramic decanter from Camus, produced in celebration of the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles (although as they don't mention the word 'Olympic' on the decanter it could be an unofficial tie-in).
An old bottle of Camus Extra Cognac presented in a rather interesting tall bottle. This would have been bottled during the 1980s. The presentation has since moved on to a more conventional flat, square bottle.
Camus Cognac was founded in 1863. Still in the same family ownership, now the fifth generation, it is one of the best selling cognac brands in the world. This is their Jubilee prestige cuvée presented in a gorgeous Baccarat crystal decanter.
An incredible old bottle of cognac - if you look around online you will find this bottle hailed as an impressive piece of history. An 1872 vintage cognac from Camus, distilled from old vine grapes before the phylloxera epidemic wiped them out. Very rare and sought after.