Grand Marnier Liqueur Cuvee Louis Alexandre
This cuvée is a tribute to the founder, Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, who created the association between cognac and bitter orange liqueur. It is a VSOP cognac, rich in character and complexity composed of 82% cognac and 18% orange liqueur.
Color: warm amber with tints of copper.
Aroma: candied peel with bergamot essences.
Flavor: intense flavors of cognac and macerated citrus with nuances of pine and Earl Grey tea for a long, warm finish.
Grand Marnier is a French liqueur house created in 1880 in Neauphle-le-Château in the Yvelines by Louis-Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle. The name of this liqueur was invented by César Ritz, the founder of the famous palace, who declared "Grand Marnier, a great name for a great liqueur".