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Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge Orange Liqueur*Packaging may vary

Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge Orange Liqueur

Citrus & Triple Sec Liqueur /40% ABV / France

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Citrus & Triple Sec Liqueur
Liquor Flavor
Tasting Notes
Base Ingredients
Food Pairing
Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Dessert - Fruit, Dessert - Vanilla & Caramel

Product description

Mix up a classic cocktail with Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, Grand Marnier's signature expression. Created in 1880 by Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, Grand Marnier offers a premium blend of cognacs with wild tropical oranges from the Caribbean. Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge balances the flavors of bitter orange with cognac notes of hazelnuts and toffee before reaching a long, harmonious finish. Enjoy this cognac and orange liqueur on the rocks, or mix into your favorite cocktails to elevate them from good to Grand. Use the cognac for a sophisticated twist on a Margarita, Old Fashioned or a Sidecar. This award-winning orange liqueur is closed in the iconic, highly recognizable bottle with the wax seal. It is distinguished by the red ribbon, a symbol of its quality. The 1L bottle of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge liquor has a 40% alcohol by volume and should be enjoyed responsibly. Grand Marnier is the result of a time-honored tradition of master blenders that skillfully and carefully have passed their savoir faire onto one another since 1880. The result is an extraordinary alchemy of passion, audacity and tradition. Live Grand.

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Grand Marnier is a super versatile liqueur (also called a cordial) that’s often added to elevate popular cocktails like Old Fashioneds and margaritas. However, for the more traditional among us, it’s best to drink your Grand Marnier neat following a large meal. Pour a shot of Grand Marnier into a snifter or cordial glass. This vessel has a bulbous bottom and a more narrow mouth, concentrating the aroma at the top while allowing you the satisfying space to swirl the liquid around the base. Sip Grand Marnier as a digestif alongside a cup of coffee or perhaps a small, delicate dessert.
Grand Marnier is traditionally served neat as an after-dinner drink, but its sweetened, indulgent quality lends very well to a variety of classic cocktails. For a truly tasty twist on brunch, add a splash of Grand Marnier in lieu of triple sec with your champagne and orange juice. The Grand mimosa will undoubtedly impress the Sunday morning crowd. In fact, in many well-known cocktails recipes where you find triple sec listed (margaritas, cosmopolitans, sidecars, long island iced teas, etc.), try subbing Grand Marnier instead. The rich, orange liqueur tends to blend well with other fruit-forward cocktail recipes and even several popular French desserts.
Grand Marnier falls into the liqueur or cordial category, a spirit defined as a distilled, base liquor that is then sweetened with ingredients such as fruit, spices, chocolate, and coffee. In the case of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, the base spirit is a luxury French cognac (not whiskey) that is then crafted with Caribbean bitter oranges (also called the Seville orange). The result is an indulgent after-dinner treat with notes of vanilla and oak. There are several different orange liqueurs on today’s shelves. But because Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge is made from a top-notch cognac, it tends to stand out among its competitors.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Grand Marnier is a good gift because it’s not only classy but also the type of bar staple that goes with practically anything. It can serve as an old-timey timey digestif, a more adventurous cocktail, or even an excellent ingredient in many desserts. The Grand Marnier brand is still a family-run operation in many ways, and the Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge recipe hasn’t changed in nearly 200 years. Even so, a traditional 750mL bottle, though highly recognizable and synonymous with quality, will typically cost you less than $40.
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