Blend Out. It’s the spirit of Grand Marnier.
The ability to transform the expected. Bringing together remarkable combinations to create something truly unique.

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THE BEATBOXER

A Grand Marnier FILM.
This is the story of a beatboxer, transforming his night by combining his talents with different musicians around the city. The unexpected combinations create something truly original. Something truly Grand Marnier.
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Grand Marnier Orange Blend

THE BLEND

Grand Marnier is a remarkable combination of a premium blend of cognac and exotic oranges created in 1880 by our founder Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle.
The cognac is made from Ugni Blanc grapes from five of the best crus within the Cognac region in France, and is double-distilled in copper stills. Our bitter, exotic orange called ‘Citrus Bigaradia’ sourced from the Caribbean, is a rare variety which offers an intense and unique flavor profile and aroma.
We blend the cognac with our orange essence, then mature the blend in specially made oak barrels to perfect smoothness.
The Grand Marnier bottle, inspired by the shape of the Charentais copper stills used to make the cognac, has become an iconic symbol of a premium spirit.
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Grand Marnier on the Rocks

GRAND MARNIER ON THE ROCKS

1½ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
ORANGE PEEL

POUR GRAND MARNIER OVER ICE. GARNISH WITH AN ORANGE PEEL.
Grand Marnier Shot

GRAND SHOT

2 OZ. GRAND MARNIER®, CHILLED

SHAKE WITH ICE THEN STRAIN INTO SHOT GLASS.
Grand Marnier Neat with Orange Rind

GRAND MARNIER NEAT

1½ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®

POUR GRAND MARNIER INTO A ROCKS GLASS AND ENJOY.
Old Fashioned Drink

GRAND OLD FASHIONED

IN A MIXING GLASS:
1 ½ OZ. OF GRAND MARNIER®
2 DASHES OF ANGOSTURA BITTERS
1 ORANGE DISC
1 MARASCHINO CHERRY

MUDDLE THE ORANGE DISC. ADD ICE & STIR. STRAIN OVER ICE IN AN OLD FASHIONED GLASS AND GARNISH WITH AN ORANGE RIND AND A MARASCHINO CHERRY.
Manhattan Drink

GRAND MANHATTAN

¼ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
1 ½ OZ. BULLEIT BOURBON®
¼ OZ. SWEET VERMOUTH
1 DASH OF BITTERS

IN A COCKTAIL MIXING GLASS ADD GRAND MARNIER, BULLEIT BOURBON AND SWEET VERMOUTH. ADD ICE AND STIR , THEN STRAIN INTO A CHILLED MARTINI GLASS. GARNISH WITH A BRANDIED CHERRY.
Grand Marnier Smash Drink

THE GRAND SMASH

1½ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
4 CHUNKS FRESH LEMON
6–8 MINT LEAVES

MUDDLE MINT LEAVES AND LEMON WEDGES IN A TALL MIXING GLASS. ADD GRAND MARNIER AND ICE AND SHAKE VIGOROUSLY. STRAIN OVER ICE IN A ROCKS GLASS AND GARNISH WITH A FRESH MINT SPRIG.
Sidecar Cocktail

GRAND SIDECAR

1 OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
1½ OZ. HENNESSY V.S COGNAC
¾ OZ. FRESH LEMON JUICE

POUR ALL INGREDIENTS INTO A MIXING GLASS WITH ICE. SHAKE AND STRAIN INTO A MARTINI GLASS
Sazerac Cocktail

GRAND SAZERAC

2 OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
¼ OZ. ABSINTHE
4 DASHES PEYCHAUDS BITTERS
1 BAR SPOON OF RAW SUGAR

TAKE 2 COUPE GLASSES, CHILL ONE WHILE PREPARING THE DRINK IN THE OTHER. RINSE ABSINTHE INTO THE SECOND GLASS AND SWIRL IT, THEN POUR IT OUT. ADD THE GRAND MARNIER, SUGAR, AND THE BITTERS AND STIR WITH ICE CUBES TO CHILL. STRAIN INTO THE CHILLED ROCKS GLASS AND GARNISH WITH A LEMON PEEL.
Julep Cocktail

GRAND JULEP

1¾ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
1 DASH ANGOSTURA BITTERS
5 MINT LEAVES

MUDDLE MINT LEAVES WITH ANGOSTURA BITTERS. FILL THE GLASS WITH CRUSHED ICE AND ADD THE GRAND MARNIER.
Grand Marnier Margarita

ORIGINAL GRAND MARGARITA

¾ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
1½ OZ. PREMIUM TEQUILA
½ OZ. FRESH LIME JUICE
½ OZ. SIMPLE SYRUP*
*CAN SUBSTITUTE A SPLASH OF ORANGE JUICE FOR SIMPLE SYRUP

COMBINE ALL INGREDIENTS IN A SHAKER. FILL WITH ICE, SHAKE AND THEN STRAIN INTO AN ICE-FILLED ROCKS GLASS. GARNISH WITH A LIME WEDGE
The Perfect Storm Drink

THE PERFECT STORM

1 ½ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
2 FRESH LIME WEDGES
3 OZ. SPICY GINGER BEER
3 DROPS ANGOSTURA BITTERS
ORANGE PEEL

SQUEEZE LIME WEDGES INTO TALL GLASS, ADD GRAND MARNIER, FILL WITH ICE. TOP WITH GINGER BEER AND SWIRL. ADD BITTERS ON TOP AND TWIST ORANGE PEEL OVER GLASS TO RELEASE OILS, RUB RIM AND ADD TO GLASS.
Red Lion Cocktail

THE RED LION

¾ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
1 OZ. GIN
1 OZ. ORANGE JUICE
2 TSP. LEMON JUICE

POUR ALL INGREDIENTS INTO A MIXING GLASS WITH ICE. SHAKE AND STRAIN INTO A MARTINI GLASS OR COUPE GLASS.
Grand Marnier and Soda

GRAND SODA

1½ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
3½ OZ. CLUB SODA
JUICE OF 2 LEMON WEDGES

POUR GRAND MARNIER AND CLUB SODA INTO AN ICE-FILLED ROCKS GLASS. SQUEEZE TWO LEMON WEDGES INTO GLASS. GARNISH WITH A LEMON WEDGE.
Grand Marnier and Gingerale

GRAND GINGER

1⅓ OZ. GRAND MARNIER®
4 OZ. GINGER ALE
A WEDGE OF LIME

IN A TALL GLASS, POUR GRAND MARNIER OVER ICE CUBES THEN FILL WITH GINGER ALE. SQUEEZE A WEDGE OF LIME OVER THE GLASS AND THEN TOSS WEDGE INTO GLASS.

LICK / BITE / SHOOT

KICK OFF YOUR NIGHT WITH GRAND MARNIER.
IT'S AS SIMPLE AS LICK, BITE, SHOOT.
CLICK TO WATCH HOW IT'S DONE
COCKTAIL RECIPES
CLICK TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN COCKTAIL.
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Grand Marnier liqueur in cellar

HISTORY

GRAND MARNIER HAS BEEN AN ICONIC PREMIUM SPIRIT SINCE 1880.
START THE SLIDESHOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ITS RICH HISTORY  
Grand Marnier History Cesar Ritz

HISTORY

Louis Alexandre Marnier was a master of remarkable combinations. He perfected the premium Grand Marnier blend in 1880 and, at the time, his vision of combining the essence of wild tropical oranges from the Caribbean with premium cognac from France was seen as cutting edge and completely unexpected.
Grand Marnier Bottles

HISTORY

The blend was originally named Curacao Marnier and proved very popular when introduced by Marnier’s friend Cesar Ritz at the Savoy Hotel in London. Cesar, the future owner of Hotel Ritz in Paris, insisted it be called ‘GRAND’ to bestow grandeur and a noble status, hence Grand Marnier.
Grand Marnier Label

HISTORY

The unique Grand Marnier bottle design, inspired by the shape of the Charentais stills used to make the cognac, remains practically unchanged. The shape, including its red wax seal and red ribbon, has become an iconic symbol for a premium spirit.
Château de Bourg-Charente

HISTORY

Since 1827, Grand Marnier has been owned and operated by the Marnier Lapostolle family. Their world renowned family creation continues to be blended at Château de Bourg-Charente, in the heart of the Cognac region. Today, 5th generation Jacques Marnier Lapostolle is the chairman, and his daughter Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle is the Vice Chairman.
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CLICK TO WATCH THE MAKING OF GRAND MARNIER.
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THE COGNAC
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THE BOTTLING
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