Grand Marnier Quintessence

Region Paris, France
Year 2011
Category Cognac
Brand Grand Marnier

Created in 2011, Quintessence is made with the most precious Cognacs from the private reserves of the Marnier Lapostolle family. Grand Marnier cellar master Patrick Raguenaud has carefully selected extremely rare Cognacs sourced exclusively from Grande Champagne, the most prestigious growing region of Cognac. He blends a unique collection of Cognacs including some more than 100 years old, from the family’s private cellar, Paradis. This delicious mingling of history is then combined with the unique double-distilled wild tropical orange essence. The final blend is then aged in French oak casks to allow the flavors to mature together; producing the perfect balance and quintessential taste. As the most premium offering in the Grande Cuvée Collection, Quintessence proudly holds its place as the pinnacle of excellence.

Tasting Notes

Color: Beautiful amber color, tinged with copper.

Aroma: Distinctly aggressive orange notes and oaky Cognac aroma.

Taste: Rich orange and citrus notes, with subtly fused hints of dried apricot and hazelnuts.

Finish: Lingering finish with nuances of orange essence, dried fruit with powerful notes of aged Cognac.

Enjoy neat or on the rocks.

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