Grand Marnier Offering Personalized, Premium Cognac for Father’s Day

Looking for a luxurious gift for dad?

GM_BottleEngrave_100th_Back_R3 Hi ResExclusively for Father’s Day, Grand Marnier’s Grande Cuvée Collection is offering personalized engraving of a “Happy Father’s Day” message on the collection’s handcrafted bottles.

Grand Marnier’s Grande Cuvée Collection features award-winning blends of XO Cognacs aged up to 100 years and the brand’s orange essence.

Grand Marnier Cuvée de Centenaire, Cuvée 1880, and Quintessence can be enjoyed neat or on the rocks.

First introduced in 1927 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Marnier-Lapostolle, a new presentation of the packaging was introduced this past year. Cuvée de Centenaire is made with XO Cognac aged up to 25 years and recently received the coved Best in Show title, as well as the Double Gold Medal, at the 2014 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Suggested Retail Price: $199

CUVÉE 1880
The newest expression to the range, Cuvée 1880 pays homage to the year that Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge was created by founder Louis Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle. Made with XO Cognac aged up to 60 years sourced from the Grande Champagne region of France, the liquid features the Grand Marnier orange essence, the company says, with a cognac-forward experience. The bottle and packaging take historic style cues from the Belle Epoque era and allude to what Grand Marnier bottles looked like at that time. Each bottle and its packaging is hand finished and takes nearly six hours to complete.
SRP: $349

Available in limited annual release, Quintessence is a premier blend of rare Grand Fine Champagne XO Cognacs and a double distillation of Grand Marnier’s orange parfum. Made with XO Cognac aged up to 100 years sourced from the Marnier family’s private Paradis reserve, only 1,000 bottles a year are made available in the U.S. Quintessence recently received a Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
SRP: $899



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