Beautiful, reddish-gold core with light amber edges. Rich nose of aged cognac with background notes of cocoa, cinnamon and other spices. Macerated bitter orange flavors encriched by notes of coffee, honey, bitter almonds and spices. The finish is long and complex.
This version of Grand Marnier uses rare Cognac reserves aged up to 50 years. Here, the flavor and scent are closer to Cognac than orange liqueur. Look for a rich topaz color, with heady dried fruit notes as well as a clear hit of juicy orange fruit. It's mellow, mouthwatering, and it seems a shame to mix it, though it's been spotted at some restaurants in "ultrapremium margaritas."
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