Mandarin Napoleon - Liqueur 70cl Bottle


Mandarin Napoleon
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Mandarin Napoleon was created in 1892 by Antoine-Francois de Fourcroy. Only the freshest mandarin peels from Sicily are used and these have a fine peel with very little pith, resulting in plenty of zest.

Following the maceration in Alcohol Mandarin Napoleon is triple distilled to produce an intense essence of mandarin. Its complexity derives from its secret combination of mandarin and twenty one botanicals.

Category(s):     Liqueur
Group(s):     Father's Day Ideas ,   Fruit Liqueurs ,   Orange Flavoured
Producer: De Kuyper   -
ABV:   38%
Brand:   De Kuypers
Country of Origin:   Belgium
Liqueur Type:   Fruit


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5 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Wed, 12 Dec 2012
Review: Strictly speaking this liqueur is made from tangerines (which I suppose is a type of mandarin). The bouquet has a depth that only a strong liqueur can possess - it is intense, citrusy, unctuous and justs coats the mouth with a bitter sweet orangy taste. A classic after dinner drink. Have a sister glass of Remy Martin to hand.

Date of Review: Sun, 22 Nov 2009
Review: I first discovered this fantastic drink on a ferry when on a fishing trip to France. It was on special offer so I purchased a bottle as a tipple for the cold evenings that we expected as it was only early march. I have never been much of a spirit drinker but I always had a couple of normal brandies when fishing as it used to help me sleep. On the first evening I opened the bottle and poured myself a glass. Wow I could not believe how good it tasted. it tasted just like a good brandy should except the hint of mandarin gave it a extra smooth taste and was very very moreish. But then I made a big mistake I offered a glass to my fishing buddies who like me found it a very very nice drink and within a couple of hours the bottle was empty and to make matters worse, on the way home we travelled with sea France which did not sell this very special brandy. But after some searching on the internet I managed to find it for sale at the drink shop YUM YUM.

Date of Review: Fri, 18 Sep 2009
Review: This is one of the world's best kept secrets and one of the best liqueurs available. It is a smooth drink with a great genuine mandarin flavour. Then it also has the slightly spirity warm cognac undertone. It should be more widely available and is a great alternative to Grand Marnier which has a similar structure (also being a citrus liqueur with cognac).

Date of Review: Tue, 10 Apr 2007
Review: A local store had this on offer so I couldn't resist to try something new, something I hadn't seen before. It smelled incredibly fresh and fruit, but alas, the taste wasn't anything like it. I've noticed it's a love it or hate it type of drink.

Date of Review: Tue, 22 Nov 2005
Review: People probably do not know what their missing. I only discovered the drink because the bar I was at did not have apricot brandy. Not easily sourced/stocked at many off licenses. A delightful orangey taste - leave the mixers alone it is wonderful on its own.

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Producer Information

The De Kuyper Royal Distillery can trace their history to 1695. Petrus De Kuyper worked for a coppersmith whose casks were used for transporting Dutch gin and beer. In 1729, his son, Johannes, bought a distillery in Schiedam - the centre of Dutch gin production. Johannes De Kuyper's distillery began producing Dutch gin principally for export to Britain and her colonies. In 1920, De Kuyper began producing liqueurs and, by the 1930's De Kuyper had produced almost twenty varieties including Apricot Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Triple Sec and Créme de Menthe. In the 1960's liqueurs became De Kuyper's core business and they sponsored the first-ever cocktail competitions. In 1995 on its 300th Anniversary and in recognition of three centuries of distilling excellence, De Kuyper was awarded the Dutch title 'Royal Distillers'.

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