Combier Liqueur d'Orange

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Combier Liqueur d'Orange

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In 1834, when Jean-Baptiste Combier created the original triple sec recipe, patents did not exist. With a huge influx of cheap, mass-produced and artificially flavored triple secs, the Combier of today decided to change the name to liqueur d'orange, because consumers were getting the wrong impression of what triple sec should taste like. Still made in the same way since 1834 with Haitian oranges and a triple-distillation process, there is simply no alternative. Drink it straight or try your next Margarita with Combier to see the impact it will have. Make no mistake, this is the best straight triple sec in the world.