Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
by Grand Marnier



TypeTriple Sec
FlavorOrange
Country  France
ABV40% (80 proof)
Avg Rating (4.7)
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Overview

Created in 1880 by founder Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, Grand Marnier® Cordon Rouge is a premium blend of cognacs with wild tropical oranges from the Caribbean. Louis-Alexandre’s vision of blending the essence of wild tropical oranges with cognac from France was unconventional and truly the earliest form of spirits innovation of its time. Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge is a versatile spirit that can be enjoyed on the rocks or neat, yet exceptionally delicious in cocktails.


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Orange
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Hazelnuts

Color: Brilliant topaz tones with amber hues.

Aroma: Pleasant orange notes with hints of candied peel, light aroma of vanilla fragrance from the cognac.

Taste: Fragrant orange flavors enhanced by the cognac with nuances of orange essence and hazelnuts.

Finish: Lingering and harmonious finish.


Serving Suggestions

Neat, on the rocks or in cocktails.

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Trait Tags

Serve Neat
Aromatic
Nightcap
Classic
Digestif

Most Helpful Review

Celandine User Avatar
 
about 1 month ago

Crêpes Suzette

Flamed pancakes can be done with Cognac, Rhum, Calvados,..
But Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge is my favorite ! It's got this unique bitter orange bite to it !


Recent Review

Lulu User Avatar
 
2 months ago

Shots!

Perfect for crepes, after dinner shots, or a nightcap. No more than three shots though or you'll be taking your clothes off! :)

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Member Cocktail Recipes

Recent Cocktail Recipe

Lulu User Avatar
 
about 1 month ago

B52
  • 20 ml Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
  • 20 ml Baileys Original Irish Cream
  • 20 ml Kahlúa Original

Layer ingredients one at a time in the following order: Kahlúa, Baileys, Grand Marnier.
Light the Grand Marnier on fire and serve while the flame is still on.
Make sure to serve with a straw on the side.


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