Grand Marnier

Grand Marnier Cognac & Orange Liqueur Cuvee Du Centenaire

An exceptional blend of refined X.O. cognacs and exotic bitter orange liqueur, Grand Marnier Cuvée du Centenaire Liqueur was crafted in 1927 to mark the 100th anniversary of La Maison Marnier Lapostolle. Showcasing their dedication to quality and craft, this beautiful cuvée is bottled at 80 proof. Expect aromas of candied peel and bergamot on the nose while the refined and complex palate delights with flavors of orange and aged cognac, mingling with tobacco and balsamic. Enjoy neat or on the rocks.

An iconic French brand of premium liqueur, Grand Marnier boasts a rich history, dating back to 1827 when the first distillery was built by Jean Baptiste Lapostolle in the little town of Neauphle-le-Château. In 1876, Lapostolle's granddaughter Jean married Louis-Alexandre Marnier and four years later, the famous orange-flavored Cordon Rouge – still synonymous with the brand until this day – was released. Marnier was a pioneer and innovator, disrupting the scene by blending fine cognac with rare, bitter orange liqueur. The story goes that the name “Grand Marnier” was actually César Ritz’ idea. To return the favor, Marnier-Lapostolle helped him purchase the Hotel Ritz Paris where Grand Marnier was served during the years of La Belle Epoque. In 2016, the Campari Group took over Grand Marnier.

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