Grand Marnier Tasting Notes |
Beautiful, reddish-gold core with light amber edges. Rich nose of aged cognac with background notes of cocoa, cinnamon and other spices. Macerated bitter orange flavors encriched by notes of coffee, honey, bitter almonds and spices. The finish is long and complex. Pairing suggestion: Desserts such as chocolate sponge cake and tiramisu. Hard cheeses such as aged Gouda and Comt?, or parmigiano.
Wine Enthusiast |
The bouquet is intense but balanced; the triple orange is the ideal companion to the old Cognac. The palate entry tastes wonderfully of orange zest, tangerine and Cognac. Ends up remarkably mellow and textured.
Score: 96-100. June 01, 2006. 96 points
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