Strength : 40% ABV (80 PROOF)
Crafted in consultation with cocktail historian David Wondrich, and based on a 19th century recipe, it is a traditional French “triple sec” – three separate distillations of spices and the “sec”, or bitter peels of Curacao oranges are blended with brandy and Ferrand Cognac. The result is a rich, complex, and balanced liqueur that will bring new sophistication to your cocktails.
It is also delicious straight up or on ice. Aromas of orange blossoms combined with candied orange zest and toasted wood notes reminiscent of aged Cognac.
Definition: Originally Curacao triple sec, a variety of orange-flavored liqueur made from the dried peels of bitter and sweet orange. Triple sec was widely known by 1878, at the Exposition Universelle of 1878 in Paris. Consumed neat as a disestif or on the rocks, but is typically used as an ingredient for a variety of cocktails.