Grand Marnier 100 - Cuvée du Centenaire

Grand Marnier 100 - Cuvée du Centenaire

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Grand Marnier Cuvee du Centenaire 100 Liqueur is an outstanding blend of X.O. cognacs and exotic bitter orange liqueur created in 1927 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of La Mansion Mariner Lapostolle. This Cuvee is a magnificent expression of quality and craft carrying a 40 percent ABV (82% cognac and 18% orange liqueur). The aroma of Grand Marnier 100 is of candid orange scents combined with a touch of spice. The flavor consists of dried fruit, gingerbread, and nutmeg and a smooth persistent finish with nuances of macerated orange. 

It is one of the highest quality liqueurs available and has won two awards in 2016 and 2019 at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Fans of Grand Marnier claim that Grand Marnier 100 is the best of all their alcohol products. There are so many great ways to enjoy Grand Marnier 100. You can enjoy it neat, on the rocks, as a shot, or mixed in a cocktail.

Grand Marnier is a French brand of liqueurs. The first Grand Marnier product was developed in 1880 by Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle. It is a superior brand with only the best flavor combinations. The most well-known product of the brand is Cardon Rouge, which is made from a mix of cognac brandy, distilled essence of bitter orange, and sugar and is 80% proof (in the US). 

The Marnier family distillery has been family owned and operated since 1887. This brand can only be made in Cognac, France. It is known that a bottle of Grand Marnier was found within the wreckage of the Titanic. It takes a minimum of 125 years to grow the trees the brand uses to make barrels for its cognac. In Baltimore, Maryland there is the only Grand Marnier club called One-Eyed Mikes. 

There are many kinds of varieties of the exquisite Grand Marnier and it’s worth trying them all. The Grand Marnier 100 is a great liqueur to start with. Cesar Ritz came up with the name Grand Marnier for Marnier-Lapostolle and to return the favor, he helped Ritz purchase and establish the Hotel Ritz Paris. 

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