Camus Napoleon Cognac French Revolution Bicentenary Decanter 1989
Camus is a well established Cognac brand that carries history back to 1863 when Jean-Baptiste Camus founded a group of Cognac producers under the banner 'La Grande Marque'.
This particular decanter of Camus, in the shape of a book, was produced to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution (1789-1989).
There are no markings for ABV on the bottle but it is approximately 70cl.
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