Parisian café culture inspires Grand Marnier limited edition

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A new limited-edition bottle has been unveiled for Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, inspired by the Parisian café scene of the early 20th century.

Dressed in the brand’s vibrant red and adorned with an intricate golden pattern, the “Le Café Parisien” bottle is designed to echo the flamboyance of the city’s cafés during the final days of the Belle Époque.

It is also the period when French gastronomy flourished, led by the great Paris-based chef Auguste Escoffier who created the famous Crêpe Suzette – made with Grand Marnier liqueur.

It is the 13th addition to Grand Marnier’s limited edition collection which began in 1927, released in time for the Christmas season in both the off- and on-trade.

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