Calvados Busnel was established in 1820 by Ernest Busnel in the Pays d'Auge region of Normandy. It is one of the oldest Calvados distilleries in France.

The distillery is located in the picturesque town of Pont-l'Évêque, which is situated in the heart of the Calvados-producing region in Normandy.

Calvados Busnel is known for its traditional methods of production, which involve fermenting cider apples, distilling the resulting cider, and aging the distilled spirit in oak barrels. The apples used in their production are sourced from local orchards.

Calvados Busnel offers a range of Calvados products, including different aged expressions such as VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale), XO (Extra Old), and vintage releases. They also produce Pommeau de Normandie, a blend of apple juice and Calvados aged in oak barrels.

Over its long history, Calvados Busnel has gained recognition for the quality and authenticity of its products, winning numerous awards and accolades in the spirits industry.

 Calvados Busnel takes pride in its heritage and traditional craftsmanship, aiming to preserve and promote the cultural significance of Calvados production in Normandy.


heir products are distributed both domestically in France and internationally, allowing enthusiasts worldwide to enjoy the taste of authentic Calvados.