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Grand Brulot VSOP Cognac & Cafe Liqueur*Packaging may vary

Grand Brulot VSOP Cognac & Cafe Liqueur

Coffee Liqueur /40% ABV / France




Product Details

Category
Coffee Liqueur
Region
France
ABV
40%
Liquor Flavor
Chocolate, Coffee
Tasting Notes
Chocolate, Coffee, Dry, Oak, Woody
Years Aged
5
Food Pairing
Cheese - Blue, Cheese - Creamy & Bloomy, Cheese - Nutty & Semi-Firm, Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Dessert - Fruit, Dessert - Vanilla & Caramel, Fruit - Citrus, Nuts

Product Description

This uniquely dry and smooth blend of VSOP cognac and coffee delivers flavor notes of nutmeg & vanilla with subtle honey aroma, combined with rich, roasted, dark & dense nose and flavor from 100% Robusta Espresso. Grand Brulot has been carefully crafted so it can serve as the core ingredient to premium coffee cocktails but also enjoyed in your favorite Manhattan, Old Fashioned, as a coffee shot or sipped on ice with an orange peel as a premium dining digestif.

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FAQs

Coffee liqueur is fairly self-explanatory: it’s coffee and alcohol mixed together! However, people have come to expect certain things from coffee liqueur, including a somewhat sweet flavor to balance out the sharp tang of the alcohol and coffee. Commercial brands of coffee liqueur include Kahlua and Tia Maria.
To make your own coffee liqueur, start by cold brewing ¼ cup of fine-ground espresso with 1-¼ cups of water in a glass jar. Combine 1 cup of turbinado sugar with 1 cup of water and bring the mixture to a boil, then remove it from the heat and let it cool to room temperature. Finally, add this cooled syrup to your cold coffee, along with 1 vanilla bean (don’t worry, you’ll remove it at the end) and 1-½ cups of light rum, letting the mixture sit for 3 days. Or, save the headache and order it on Drizly.
Yes, Kahlúa is a coffee liqueur that originated in Mexico in the year 1936. Kahlúa has become one of the most popular coffee liqueurs on earth and sports a caramel color and a rich, deep flavor. It is made with real black coffee, sweet butter and roasted chestnuts.
Technically, Baileys is an Irish cream liqueur. The brand does offer a coffee-flavored version of their liqueur that hits the spot for many coffee liqueur lovers, but it is still technically not a coffee liqueur. Baileys sports its characteristic taste thanks to flavorings of cocoa, Irish whiskey and real Irish milk cream.