In the 19th century, Jaime Torres recovered a secret recipe for an ancestral liqueur that had reached the Antilles islands during Columbus’ travels. In the Torres cellars, he macerated bitter orange skins in vintage brandy, adding wild herbs, cinnamon, cardamom, clove, Cienfuegos coffee, Cuban molasses, and orange blossom honey. After leaving it to age in old casks, he obtained an aromatic elixir, with a silky smooth body and exceptional nobility.
Try it chilled, neat or on the rocks. Ideal in mixed drinks, or for flavoring sauces, cakes, souffles, crepes and ice cream.
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Gran Torres Liqueur Orange
Buying from Wine Chateau was very easy. However, buying one bottle online is a tad expensive. If they could lower the price a little, I would be prone to buying more often. Thanks for providing access to this liqueur, it is quite a fun experience to drink!