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Grand Marnier Café Recipe

July 14th is National Grand Marnier Day and what better way to celebrate than with a Grand Marnier Café. This orange liqueur blends well with dark roast coffee or even espresso. Adding a splash to your coffee or splurging with this decadent Grand Marnier Café recipe is sure to please.

This coffee recipe goes well after dinner, and it is also a wonderful way to end the day. It is quick and easy to make and serves one.

Ingredients:

1 oz. Coffee Liqueur
1/3 oz. Grand Marnier
4-6 oz. Hot Coffee (dark roast works best)
Whipped Cream
Grated Chocolate

Directions:

Stir together coffee liqueur, Grand Marnier, and hot coffee. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with grated chocolate.

Grand Marnier has been enjoyed for over six generations. In 1880, Louis-Alexandre Marnier had the eccentric idea to create something avant-garde — a “Grand” liqueur combining refined French cognac with a rare variety of bitter orange from the Caribbean. Originally named Curaçao Marnier. The name was later changed when Louis-Alexandre’s friend and fellow innovator César Ritz, the famous founder of the Ritz Hotel, came up with the name ‘Grand Marnier,’ “A Grand Name for a ‘Grand Liqueur!”

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