Grand Marnier Liqueur Cuvee Du Centenaire 100 Year  750ml
SKU 772201

Grand Marnier Liqueur Cuvee Du Centenaire 100 Year

Cognac - Gascony - France

Professional Wine Reviews for Grand Marnier Liqueur Cuvee Du Centenaire 100 Year

Rated 99 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Intriguing nose rife with toasted nut, orange pith, coffee grounds, and silky dark chocolate. There is a touch of earthy blossom as well. Bright with a definite orange streak, the sweetness is more than balanced by the citrusy oils. Nuts, honey, orange peel, and brown sugar. (Chairman's Trophy - Ultimate Spirits Challenge)
Rated 94 by Wine Enthusiast
This premium version of the standard Grand Marnier uses Cognacs aged up to 25 years. The result is a deep amber color and earthier scent, showing aromatic orange peel and honeysuckle notes. The flavor is richer than the regular Cordon Rouge bottling, but still honeyed, showing bright orange notes on the finish. Full-bodied and sippable.

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Producer Grand Marnier

Country: France

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