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Cointreau Noir bottle
Cointreau

Cointreau Noir

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Cointreau Noir offers the perfect balance between a liqueur and a cognac. Made from a harmonious blend of Cointreau orange liqueur and Rémy Martin Cognac, it is a deliciously smooth drink with a clean finish. Perfect neat, on ice or in cocktails.


Bottle Size: 750ml

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • Appearance

    Luminous gold with amber highlights and broad legs spirit. Opalescent curls appear if served on ice.
  • Nose

    Orange zest bouquet, with notes of vanilla, honey, dried fruit and a touch of almond and walnut. Rich and complex.
  • Palate

    Fruity and fresh with a smooth texture. Orange peel flavors well-balanced with vanilla and oak notes. Long start and bittersweet finish. The freshness of the orange flavor with the velvety caress of cognac. Aromatic complexity & opulence.
  • Overall Impression

    Complex yet smooth. Perfect-balanced. Persistent.

“I have searched passionately for the quintessential flavor of Cointreau. I wanted to combine crystal-clear purity with the subtlety of tastes made from the perfect blend of sweet and bitter orange peels." - Edouard Cointreau


Origins

The story begins at the rue Saint-Laud in Angers, France. The year, 1849 and the brothers, Edouard-Jean and Adolphe Cointreau opened the doors to their distillery. Previously in the confectionary and cake-making business, the family saw the need for higher quality naturally flavored liqueurs that were unavailable at the time. From then on, the brothers embraced the new challenge.

Edouard Cointreau, the son of Edouard-Jean, grew up in the warmth of the distillery and reached adulthood with the prospect of becoming a Master Distiller himself. His sole aim was to follow his father's footsteps and enhance the status of liqueur making. His childhood dream came true in 1870 when he joined his father and uncle as head of the family distillery.

By 1875, Edouard had noticed consumers' interest in the taste of oranges, which at the time was a very rare and precious commodity. He saw this universal flavor, which was appealing to both men and women, and continuously experimented until he created the perfect blend of bitter and sweet orange peels. His passion gave birth to the original Triple-Sec that is known today as Cointreau.

It wasn’t long before Edouard’s passion was shared with the world. At the World’s Fair in Paris in 1889, Cointreau would claim the first of many awards dedicated to the Unconventional French Spirit. Soon, recognition came from all over the globe.

Not satisfied with just building a unique liqueur, Edouard took great interest into the emerging medium of advertising. Drawing inspiration from a picture of Pierrot and an homage to Edouard’s eyeglasses - the character of Pierrot de Cointreau was born in 1988 and quickly became the Brand’s ambassador in its advertising.

Featured Cocktail Recipe

Noir neat

Ingredients

2 oz Cointreau Noir

Recipe

  1. Serve in a Cognac snifter.