Orange curaçao is often considered a low-end liqueur, overly sweet and sometimes garishly colored. This bottle, however, is a curaçao that got the artisanal, historical treatment. It was developed to an old recipe by Alexandre Gabriel and cocktail historian David Wondrich. As the official description says, it is complex and bittersweet, tasting of bitter orange peel and adding something a little wonderful to any cocktail so lucky to have it.
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