Size750mLProof80 (40% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
A part of Giffard's Premium Liqueur line, the Curaçao Triple Sec mixes sweetness and bitterness with bright and zesty citrus notes. Its higher proof makes it perfect for cocktails or as a digestif.
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Giffard's liqueurs are crafted by macerating locally-sourced fruits and plants in alcohol for 48 hours up to 3 months. This infusion serves as the basis for their liqueurs. These are masterfully blended, filtered, and meticulously tested. Giffard is constantly innovating and working on recipes with the same passion that led to the brand's creation all those years ago. Today they have several liqueurs, syrups, and spirits on offer, even producing tequila, sake, and sauces.
Giffard Curaçao Triple Sec is a part of their Premium Liqueur series and is bottled at a higher 80 proof. The fresh and bright citrusy and slightly bitter orange zest notes make it a perfect digestif, apart from being a cocktail staple.
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The origins of the French company Giffard can be traced back to 1885, when Émile Giffard started looking into the digestive and refreshing properties of mint. Giffard was a pharmacologist at the time, making and selling medicine in Angers, France. What he ended up creating was a mint liqueur, which he immediately put to the test, and offered to the guests at a hotel to provide relief from the scorching summer sun. The pure and refined drink proved a hit and prompted the Frenchman to transform his pharmacy into a distillery. The liqueur was named Menthe-Pastille after the mint sweets that were popular at the time. Today the family business continues the tradition and continues carrying the Giffard banner, five generations later.
This typical aperitif has its origins in 13th century Italy where it was used for medicinal purposes. The liqueur is produced worldwide and can have all sorts of flavor profiles, from fruit, spices, nuts, and even cream, and has a low proof of 15 to 30% ABV.
Liqueur can be enjoyed in many different fashions, from drinking neat, in cocktails, served with coffee, or even used for cooking.
The translucent liqueur becomes slightly opalescent when ice is added. It's fresh and fruity on the nose with bright citrus notes and a touch of orange peel bitterness. Floral and eucalyptus notes become apparent when adding ice.