The Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge is a distillation that is born in the historical site of Neauphle-le-Château, a small town outside Paris. This liquor is composed of a blend of 51% of cognac coming from the best crus of the town of Cognac and from 49% of liquor bitter orange Citrus Bigaradia, according to the old recipe of 1880 of its inventor Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle. From deep amber color with topaz hues, this liqueur the nose opens with typical hints of citrus and candied fruit, with a slight reference spicy vanilla. Even the taste is characterized by the predominance evident with caramelized bitter orange notes and nutty, for a final long and harmonious. Perfect to be served neat on the rocks the Cordon Rouge also lends itself perfectly as the basis for tasty drinks and fresh citrus.
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