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A pleasant orange aroma with hints of candied peel and vanilla are followed by flavors of orange and hazelnuts and a lingering and harmonious finish in this flagship product of the legendary French producer. Created in 1880 by founder Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, the orange liqueur is a premium blend of Cognacs and wild tropical oranges from the Caribbean. Timeless, versatile and extremely mixable, it can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or in cocktails like a classic Margarita or Sidecar.
About the Producer
Grand Marnier was created in 1827 by Jean-Baptiste Lapostolle, who founded a small distillery to create fruit liqueurs in Neauphle-le-Château, a small village near Paris. The original name for the liqueur was “Curaçao Marnier,” but it was so highly regarded by friend César Ritz that the company renamed it Grand Marnier in honor of its creator. Today, the company has an entire portfolio of liqueurs made with Cognac and the essence of orange, whose offerings vary due to the age of the included Cognacs.