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With its roots dating back to the Industrial Revolution and the enchanting era of La Belle Époque, Cointreau embodies a spirit of innovation. Founded in 1849 by a visionary liquorist-distiller, the House of Cointreau has consistently pushed boundaries. From the release of Édouard Cointreau's distinctive French orange liqueur recipe to its impressive collection of over 300 international awards, Cointreau's illustrious history is adorned with significant milestones.
Cornerstone of more than 500 cocktails since 1849 it is an orange flavoured triple sec liqueur made in Saint-Barthélemy-d'Anjou, France. It is consumed as an apéritif and digestif, consumed before or after meals. Cointreau is made with a mix of bitter and sweet oranges and distilled twice. It has a bright, crisp, and clean orange flavor and is not typically aged. The liqueur, which was created in the 1870s and became well-known after the World's Fair of 1889, is made from sweet and bitter orange peels and alcohol from sugar