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In 1834 Jean-Baptiste Combier and his wife created what is thought to be the first liqueur of this style. The spirit today is still distilled using 100-year copper-pot stills and is made using sun-dried orange skins.
Nose: Orange zest and blossom with a hint of lemon grass and Brazil nuts
Palate: The mouth-feel is syrupy but with a dry, almost tea-like, quality. The flavour is naturally orange-focussed but with a floral tinge.
Finish: The finish is zesty with a sweetness on the tail.
Overall: This is a excellent triple-sec from a renowned producer.
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