Licor Cointreau 5 Cl | Garrafeira Soares

Cointreau is an orange liqueur produced on the basis of careful selection of the sweet and bitter orange peels, which give it a unique colour and flavour. Made

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Licor Cointreau 5 Cl

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Producer

Remy Countreau

Country

França

Capacity

0.05 L

Alcohol Content (%)

40

Cointreau is an orange liqueur produced based on a careful selection of sweet and bitter orange peels, which give it a unique color and flavor.

RITZ COCKTAIL

For the type of brunch that requires cloth napkins and monogrammed dishes, this cocktail debuted at the famed Rainbow Room and was invented by the modern King of the Cocktail, Dale DeGroff.

REMY COINTREAU


The Rémy Cointreau Group, whose Charentaise origins date back to 1724, is the result of the 1990 merger of holding companies owned by the Hériard Dubreuil and Cointreau families, which controlled E. Rémy Martin & Cie SA and Cointreau & Cie SA, respectively. The group is also the result of successive partnerships with other companies active in the same wines and spirits business lines.


Cointreau is an orange liqueur produced on the basis of careful selection of the sweet and bitter orange peels, which give it a unique colour and flavour.Made only from 100% natural ingredients, this liqueur is still distilled in Angers using traditional methods.It was in 1875 that Edouard Cointreau created "Triple Sec", an orange liqueur that was 3 times ("triple") more concentrated in essential orange oils than Curaçao (another orange liqueur which was quite popular at the time) and dry ("sec").The name of the brand, « Triple Sec », could not be copyrighted since it was the alliance of 2 common names. Over the years, this legal issue led to hundreds of copies appearing on the market.At the beginning of the new century, the Cointreau Frères Company decided to give a new name to its brand: just « Cointreau », to avoid being considered as what became a generic triple sec.But Cointreau decided to keep the name Triple Sec on the label, not as a brand name, but to remind people who created it.In the 1960’s, Cointreau suppressed definitively the mention « Triple Sec » to be just « Cointreau ».Today, triple sec is a segment of spirits, generally refering to orange liqueurs.

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