Mandarine Napoléon Liqueur
Said to have been the famous French emperor's beverage of choice, the origins of Mandarine Napoléon Liqueur can be traced to the 1800s, when the French chemist Antoine-François de Fourcroy came up with the recipe in close consultation with its namesake.
Now as then, the liqueur continues to be made using citrus fruits, 10-year-old aged Cognac, and other ingredients, resulting in a refined taste that is as rich in flavor as it is rich in heritage.
Better still, it comes in a brilliant shade of orange-tinted gold, which makes it as pleasing to the eyes as it is on the tongue.
Bright orange color, aromas of mandarin oranges, cinnamon, and clove. Rich and flavorful blend of citrus, exotic spices, and aged cognac on the palate.
Build drink in highball glass over an ice block and garnish with borage cress or orange peel.
5/6 oz Mandarine Napoléon
5/6 oz Calvados
5/6 oz Sweet Vermouth – Cocchi di Tonno
3 drops Peychauds bitters