Liqueur Grand Marnier Cuvee du Cent Cinquantenaire, 0.7 L
Mahogany color with golden reflections on the edge of the glass.
Gourmet Cuvee du San Sankantener has perfectly balanced, smooth taste and a long complex finish, warming tones of warm spices. Rich bouquet charms notes of Moroccan oranges, coffee, honey and light shades of bitter almonds.
Charms fragrant aroma, which aged cognac reveals notes of cocoa and cinnamon, and intertwined with the warm tones of spices.
Cuvee du San Sankantener is a great digestif, which is best used in pure form as a long drink. In this case, the liquor is recommended to serve in cognac glasses at room temperature, in order to leisurely enjoy a rich palette of flavor and aroma. Liquor also can be used in cocktails. As the accompanying dishes are best suited hard cheese Gouda, Parmesan and Conte, and desserts such as layered chocolate cake, tiramisu cake and fondue.
Luxury liquor Cuvee du San Sankantener was established in 1977 under the leadership of Director General Jacques Marnier Lyapostolya in honor of the 150th anniversary of the House of Grand Marnier. Today, it is the crown of creation of the company and one of the best liqueurs in the world, as evidenced by such high honors as the gold medal of the Salon of Art, won in 1983 in Brussels, double gold medal World & Spirit Competishion, which liquor was awarded in 2007, and 100 points out of a possible 100 on the Beverage Tasting Institute.
The secret liquor Cuvee du San Sankantener lies in a complex blend, which includes rare French cognacs from famous regions Petit and Grand Champagne, and their average exposure ranges from 15 to 30 years old, and the oldest reach 50 years of age. A large fraction in the creation of this magnificent liqueur made by well-known extract from bitter oranges, and the secrets of aging in Limousin oak barrels, which lasts at least 3 years.
Deserves special attention and luxurious design of the bottle Cuvee du San Sankantener, the prototype of which is the silhouette of a copper cube for the distillation of brandy, and gives extra flavor and hand-painted traditional printing houses Marnier.