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Cointreau Liqueur
£24.45

The maximum quantity for this item is 6

Cointreau Liqueur

70cl | 40% ABV | France

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Making a Margarita, Sidecar or Cosmo? You'll be needing this classic French Liqueur. Cointreau is an essential ingredient in any cabinet and a great expression of intense orange flavours.

Zesty, fresh, floral and sweet on the nose, Cointreau is an homage to the orange. To taste, there's an instant freshness yet lingers on the palate, is a harmonious blend of nuanced notes yet remains intensely orange.

Key Flavours

Sweet
Citrus

About this product

Overseen by Master Distiller, Carole Quinton, copper column stills are filled sweet and bitter orange peels, alcohol, sugar and water and left overnight. Once distilled, water and sugar beet are added to turn it into a liqueur.

Cointreau first began when in 1849 Adolphe Cointreau, an Angers confectioner at the time, decided to diversify the family business to include liqueurs. The iconic recipe for Cointreau triple sec was created in 1885 by Adolphe's brother, Édouard.

The French town of Angers has been Cointreau’s home since the beginning. Today, every bottle is still distilled at the Carré Cointreau in Angers, France, the brand’s only distillery.

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