Created by potrace 1.12, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2015

Currency and Delivery Country

We're just loading our login box for you, hang on!

Open and running as usual!
We're donating £1 for every order to help people in the hospitality industry affected by COVID-19 angle-down

Cointreau Crème de Cacao - 1960s

(75cl, 29%)

Cointreau Crème de Cacao - 1960s

Sorry about this...

We can't actually ship Cointreau Crème de Cacao - 1960s to you in United States at the moment. We're working on a solution.

Don't need to send to the United States?
Change your shipping destination - we can probably ship to you!

Crème de Cacao - '60s Bottling Note

A quite imperial-looking bottle of Cointreau Crème de Cacao from the 1960s. It also seems to feature a berry full of honeycomb, which honestly might be the best invention of the 1960s, although we're not sure what it has to do with Crème de Cacao.

Tell us what you think of Cointreau Crème de Cacao - 1960s

Please enter your details to make it easier for us to help you further.

country flag
No spam and entirely confidential. That's a promise.

The legal stuff: not providing your contact details may mean we have to delete your comments if another member of our community complains about them. You should know that we will store your details securely just in case we need to get in touch with you about your post in the future. That information will be held by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy (although, in the case where you only give us your name and contact details in connection with a review, we will never use that information for any promotional or marketing purposes). Please click here for more details.

Cointreau Crème de Cacao - 1960s Reviews

A great Class

It was great. I miss it terribly. No one has a creme de cacao like Cointreau. It was the most expensive one at the time. We used to put it in cordial glasses and put it in the freezer for 15 minutes. The Sicilians and Italians loved this drink.

31st December 2018

Honeycomb berry

I think the label actually depicts a cacao bean cut in half...

19th March 2017

Recently viewed