Ferrand Dry Orange Curacao 750ml

SKU #1092774 93 points Wine Enthusiast

 New to the U.S. market in 2012, this 'dry' Curaçao is intriguing and should work well as a sophisticated sweetener alongside bitter-edged spirits and darker, biting spirits like rye whiskey. While not precisely dry, this golden liqueur has its vanilla sweetness tempered by a wash of bitter orange. The scent is rich and agave-like, with a touch of mezcal-like funkiness.  (2/ 2012)

K&L Notes

Designed by renowned cocktailian David Wondrich, this is perhaps the finest orange liqueur available for mixing. Try it in a Sidecar or Corpse Reviver for spectacular results.

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By: Steve Greer |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 1/23/2014  | Send Email
This is a drier version of Grand Mariner. Tastes like orange marmalade and fresh oranges with dry finish. Excellent!

By: Jeremy Bohrer |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 1/20/2014  | Send Email
Like a dry version of Grand Marnier but better. Perfect for a classic margarita!

 By: Dewitt |  Review Date: 5/7/2014 
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This is my favorite orange liqueur for top shelf margaritas. Just add fresh lime juice and a good resposado, and you are good to go!

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Varietal:

Cordial

Country:

France

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