Triple sec (orange-flavoured liquor)

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This iconic sweet and bitter orange liquor can be found in the recipes of many cocktails such as the Margarita, the Cosmopolitan, and the White Lady.

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    The distillery

    Combier is the oldest distillery in the Loire Valley and was founded in 1834 in the town of Saumur. Thanks to its geographical position, it can source products locally to produce its many liquors that became classics of the French culture like the Triple Sec or the Guignolet.

    The liquor

    This famous liquor was invented by Jean-Baptiste Combier in 1834, in a still in the rear shop of the Combier-Destre candy factory. The original Triple Sec has been produced since then in Saumur, France, with the same machines as in the 19th century, perpetuating unique expertise.

    This timeless recipe exclusively contains the triple distillation of sweet and bitter orange zests, water, and sugar. It offers a concentrated nose, subtle bitterness, and a sweet finale that makes it ideal for numerous cocktails.

    The consumption of alcohol presents risks for your health.

    • Wine estate - Distillerie Combier
    • Region - Loire Valley
    • Notes - Citrus
    • Tasting occasion - In cocktails
    • Tasting occasion - With dessert
    • Tasting occasion - As a digestif
    • Tasting occasion - Iconic
    • Capacity - 70 cl.
    • Category - Liquor