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I have a very old bottle of this brand and i would like to know more about it but i can't find anything about it anywhere, i would like some help please
Can Grand Marnier be re-chilled after it has been at room temperature for a couple of weeks?
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i have two bottles of grand marnier one has a red stamp red ribbon tye around the neck and red cover the other has gold stamp and gold label can iget some info on how much they will cost it was given to me a few yrs ago thanks
It's not really 150 year old liquor, it was a reserve that celebrated teir 150 year anniversary, still 50-75 years old.
Your best bet would probably be to contact the brand directly to find out more about your bottle: http://www.grand-marnier.com/contact. Here's hoping it's something special!
forgot to write that the label states it's triple orange, bottled in France. The rear label states "the grand marnier liqueur is made with orange and fine old cognac brandy. The origin of which is certified by the French Excise." Hope this helps with its origin.
I have a old unopened bottle of of Grand Marnier Liqueur with a red tax stamp affixed to the top of the bottle. My father was in the liqueur business for many years. I believe the bottle is over 50 years old. Does anyone have an idea as to it worth? There is about 5% evaporation to the contents of the liqueur.
We're guessing you mean Lochan Ora, a Scotch-based honey-and-spice liqueur. Sadly, Lochan Ora is no longer available in the US. However, Drambuie has a similar flavor and is easy to find: http://liquor.com/brands/drambuie/
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