Grand Marnier cocktail


What's better than celebrating Kings day with a Grand Marnier cocktail? In Holland, literally EVERYTHING is orange on the 27th of april, pretty isn't it?

10 minutes 2 people Beverages
Grand Marnier cocktail


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  • 2 oranges (or maybe 3, depending on how juicy they are)
  • 200 ml Grand Marnier Cordon Jaune triple sec
  • 2 teaspoons of Angostura bitter
Grand Marnier cocktail ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • 2 champagne or cocktail glasses
  • cutting board & knife
  • optional: vegetable peeler
  • Citrus juicer


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Preparation -- 5 minutes

Use a vegetable peeler to create 2 pieces of orange peel for garnish later on. CUT the oranges in half and use a citrus juicer to press all of the juices out of them. 

Grand Marnier cocktail
Grand Marnier cocktail

Finishing the Grand Marnier cocktail -- 5 minutes

ADD one teaspoon (that would be 10-12 drops) of Angostura bitter in each glass. POUR in about 100 ml Grand Marnier in each glass and finish the cocktails with freshly pressed orange juice.

STIR the cocktail and garnish with the orange peel if you like. Enjoy this lovely orange cocktail, made especially for Dutch King's day, cheers!

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