Grand Marnier Cuvée Speciale 1827-1977 Cent Cinquantenaire



In 1977, Grand Marnier released their most decadent product yet. The 150-year anniversary edition “Cuvée Spéciale Cent Cinquantenaire” is produced with a blend of 50-year-old Cognac, sold in hand-painted bottles, and marketed using the slogan “Hard to find, impossible to pronounce, and prohibitively expensive.” Apparently production of this first batch was limited to just 2000 bottles.

We believe production was seized in 2013 to make way for Grand Marnier Cuvée 1880, released to commemorate the year in which Grand Marnier was created.

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Grand Marnier is a liqueur which was first created in 1880 by Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle. Grand Marnier is a kind of triple-sec, based upon oranges and assembled with Cognac. It was César Ritz who named it Grand Marnier, after Alexandre offered him a sip of his liqueur.

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Weight 2 kg




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