Cognac, with its complex flavor and sweet, spicy, fruity, and bitter tastes, is a natural fit for fall. October marked the beginning of Cognac season and Grand Marnier, a leading French spirit within the category blending fine aged cognacs and exotic, bitter oranges, offers the best options to enjoy throughout the chilly months.
The brand’s main expression Cordon Rouge is made up of 51% fine French cognac and 49% exotic bitter orange, and delivers a complexity of flavors perfected centuries ago, while the Grand Marnier Louis Alexandre is an exceptional Cuvée with VSOP cognac, rich in character and complexity, made up of 82% cognac and 18% orange liqueur. Both can be easily enjoyed neat and used in mixed drinks.
Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
Created in 1880 by Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge is the flagship of the brand. The liqueur combines the intensity of tropical bitter orange with the character-driven flavor of cognac. The recipe, which has not changed since it was first created, results in a liqueur with powerful aromas and flavors. It contains 40% ABV (51% cognac and 49% orange liqueur). The full and ample, this blend of fine cognac and bitter orange-flavored liqueur emits bitter orange aromas balanced by cognac notes of hazelnuts and toffee. The finish is long and harmonious. Perfect Serve: On the rocks and Grand cocktails.
Grand Marnier Louis Alexandre
Grand Marnier Louis Alexandre is a tribute to the brand’s founder, Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle. An exceptional Cuvée with VSOP cognac, rich in character and complexity, containing 40% ABV (82% cognac and 18% orange liqueur). It has tasting notes of candied peel with bergamot essences. A long, warm finish includes intense flavors of cognac and macerated citrus with nuances of pine and Earl Grey tea. Perfect Serve: Neat or on the rocks
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