Grand Marnier is a unique blend of French Cognac and exotic, bitter oranges is a French brand of liqueurs. It’s been made in the Cognac region of France since 1880.
Cordon Rouge is the original Grand Marnier, with a full and ample flavor, bitter oranges aroma balanced by Cognac notes of hazelnut and toffee.
It usually enjoyed as a base in classic cocktails and long drinks. The question is can it be enjoyed as an alcoholic drink as part of a gluten-free lifestyle?
Is Grand Marnier Gluten Free?
The Answer is: YES
Grand Marnier is made from a blend of Cognac brandy, distilled essence of bitter orange, sugar and is therefore gluten-free and safe to drink if you have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease.
The collection consists of 5 varieties of liqueurs:
- CORDON Rouge – Bitter orange, balanced by cognac notes of hazelnuts and toffee with a long, harmonious finish
- LOUIS-Alexandre – Cognac and macerated citrus with nuances of pine and Earl Grey tea for a long, warm finish
- Cuvée Du Centenaire – Orange and aged cognac with delicate hints of tobacco and balsamic
- Cuvée 1880 – Cognac, orange and light undertones of fruit and vanilla
- Cuvée Quintessence – Complex flavors of cognac, oranges, nuts, and peach
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Facts about Grand Marnier
- Grand Marnier was created by Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle.
- The brand’s best-known product is Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, an orange-flavored liqueur created in 1880 by Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle.
For more information go to grandmarnier.com to learn more about the various flavors, products, and offerings.