LET’S MAKE THIS CRYSTAL-CLEAR…
Before you even take a sip, you first “taste” a cocktail with your eyes. The shape of the glass, the garnishes, the color composition – every element plays a part in the presentation.
The crystalline brilliance of Cointreau shows off the colors of the drink, enhancing the pleasure of a well-crafted cocktail. Édouard Cointreau labored for years to achieve the “crystal purity” of his liqueur, free of the orange tint typical of others then on the market.
Bitter orange • Peppermint
Lemongrass • Lime
Toffee • Honey
Green Olive • Hazelnut Bitter • Almond
Incense • Nutmag • Green tea
Cardamon • Black pepper
Grapefruit • Sweet Orange
Lemon • Bergamot
Lavender • Violet
Cut Grass • Cucumber
Moss • Anise
Fresh, zesty and herbal.
Fruity and floral. Spicy.
Forty different notes compose the liqueur’s signature palette, including sweet orange, bergamot, lime, lemon, mint, orange blossom, rose and lavender, as well as piquant pepper, cardamom and green tea.
The complex aromas of Cointreau heighten the harmony of spirits and other ingredients. While bringing its own expressive personality to the mix, the liqueur amplifies the flavors of a cocktail, giving the drink a surprisingly long, satisfying finish.
Cointreau makes a simple cocktail extraordinary. It turns a chance encounter into a memorable moment.
Cointreau orange liqueur infuses more than
500 cocktail recipes,
long drinks or short. Cointreau came early to the cocktail scene and never left.
From the 1800s to the present day, from Tokyo’s Star Bar Ginza to New York’s PDT, London’s Savoy Bar or the Quinary in Hong Kong, Cointreau inspires bartenders everywhere to dream up ever-more-inventive cocktails. Because life is richer when you mix!
Speaking about mix, Cointreau Noir, born in 2008, is the result of the perfect balance between Cointreau’s signature sweet and bitter orange peel essences and Rémy Martin’s cognac. Inspired by the Majestik, a recipe Édouard Cointreau developed in the early 20th century, the blend marries the citrus freshness of orange with the velvety caress of cognac.