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NATIONAL GRAND MARNIER DAY – July 14

National Grand Marnier Day July 14

NATIONAL GRAND MARNIER DAY

National Grand Marnier Day is observed annually on July 14th.  An 1880s French invention by Alexandre Marnier-Lapostolle, Grand Marnier adds a splash of orange liquor to mixed drinks or desserts.  Also enjoyed neat, this cognac concoction blended one of the most expensive fruits of the time with a strong spirit. The result was truly grand.   

Grand Marnier is used in a long list of desserts including liquor cream buns, Yule log, cranberry sauce, Crepes Suzette and Grand Marnier souffle creme brulee’.  Grand Marnier is also used in the sauce of the roasted duck dish, “Canard a l’Orange.”

Some examples of the mixed drinks including Grand Marnier are: Cosmopolitan, Margarita, Sidecar, Dirty Harry, Grand Mimosa, B-52, the Grand Marnier Smash, Grand Smash, Smash Marnier, Bloody Smash, Maced Marnier, Ace Marnier Smash,  Frosty Smash, Smace, Grand Hound, Blood Pug, Clarke, Nogley and the Grand Marnier Fireball.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Make something that uses Grand Marnier as an ingredient. Post on social media using #NationalGrandMarnierDay.

HISTORY 

We were unable to locate the creator of National Grand Marnier Day.

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