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.
1 oz. Coffee Liqueur
1/3 oz. Grand Marnier
4-6 oz. Hot Coffee (dark roast works best)
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!”