The history of Cordon Rouge is inextricably linked to that of Grand Marnier. One day, Louis-Alexandre had the inspiration to blend cognac, the finest of all spirits and the pride of southwestern France since the seventeenth century, with aromatic orange essence. He took more than a decade to create, improve, and refine the liqueur that the world would one day know as Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge liqueur. It was 1880 when the legend was born.
Bright topaz, brilliant with gold and amber tints.
Attractive orange notes with nuances of candied zests; vanilla flavours from the cognac.
Full and ample; bitter oranges aromas balanced by cognac notes of hazelnuts and toffee. The finish is long and harmonious.