- Rich amber tones.
- Well-balanced, elegant aroma.
- Harmonious combination of cognac and orange.
- Harmonious, elegant taste.
- Long, lingering after-taste.
Wine Enthusiast 96 points - The palate is balanced between the citric acid, alcohol, Cognac and wood, with the Cognac always prevailing. Concludes with finesse, a sweet-sour presence, and an incredibly lush texture. (Jun 2006)
A special edition of Grand Marnier celebrating the 100th anniversary of the creation of the company by founder Jean-Baptiste Lapostolle. This special cuvee was created in 1927.
A smooth and elegant blend of cognacs, primarily Fine Champagne, aged up to 25 years, distilled essence of wild tropical oranges and the "Marnier secret". The liqueur will acquire its full finess and roundness after a minimum ageing of 2 years in oak vats.
|Released in 1927 for the 100th
Anniversary of the Company.
Blends fine cognacs carefully selected
from the top two growing regions—
Grande and Petite Champagne.
Perfect balance between the elegance
and complexity of the cognac and the
essence of orange. Harmonious, elegant taste. Long,
This blend uses cognac aged up to
|Serve with: Pork Tenderloins with Grand
Marnier Soy Marinade over mashed green chile yucca.
|A delicate blend of fine cognac from the finest growing areas in the cognac region and the essence of wild tropical oranges