Camus' Cognac Organoleptic Piano Case is a Masterpiece

By: Laura McQuarrie - Aug 7, 2014
References: camus.fr & luxurylaunches
The Organoleptic Piano Camus cognac case is a dramatic one that shows off five of the brand's Masterpiece Collection Cuvees. Shaped like an abstract concert piano, the cognacs are presented on a pedestal like one that you could pull a bench up to and play. As well as the piano-like influence, the cognac case also resembles the shape of the letter "C," for the brand's name.

The musical case is made in lacquered black and white, channeling the look of a piano's keys. The case took over 300 hours for six artisans to assemble, showing off five sculptural crystal decanters that were designed by Serge Mansau. What really makes the case sing is that each cognac is set in a compartment that's specifically made to fit its unique shape.