The Grand Marnier bottle, with its cognac pot-still shape, wax seal, red ribbon and ivory label with gothic letters, has not changed in over 150 years. It is instantly recognizable. For over 25 years, Grand Marnier has been the most widely exported French liqueur.
Today Grand Marnier is available in over 150 countries. A bottle of Grand Marnier is sold every two seconds around the world.
More than 150 years and six generations after it was established, Grand Marnier is still owned and managed by the family that founded it: the Marnier Lapostolles.
Today the company's president, Jacques Marnier Lapostolle, defends the same values as those of his great-great-grandfather: quality, authenticity and style.