Grand Marnier re-invents itself every year by designing a unique bottle. This Christmas, Grand Marnier pays tribute to Paris, the home of Grand Marnier’s success story.
The design provides a timeless and evocative image of a magical night in Paris, capital of French luxury and Art de Vivre.
Grand Marnier was invented by Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle and was first produced in 1880. It’s secret lies in the balance between the strength and nobility of Cognac AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée, controlled designation of origin) and the exoticism and finesse of bitter orange purest essence.
In 1900, the “Grand” name was suggested by Cézar Ritz, Director of the Ritz hotel in Paris, to associate it with a Grand Liqueur, highly appreciated in more than 150 countries and by a large number of fine connaisseurs.
The Limited Edition Paris bottle will be available from December 1st and is the perfect gift for Christmas. In the UK, available at Harvey Nichols (London) and specialists wine shops ( with prices starting from £25.99)