Mandarine Napoléon, a liqueur unique in the world
The Mandarine Napoléon was invented in Belgium, when Antoine-François de Fourcroy, chemist and earl of the Empire, had the idea of macerating mandarines in alcohol and then blending the resulting distillate with cognac. Soon, the Mandarine Napoléon became the favourite liqueur of the famous Emperor. One also says that, in time of conquest, he offered it to his enemies during the Christmas truce…
An elegant mirror-like black box to protect this precious bottle filled with disconcerting orangy colours which let you guess the mixing of 27 herbs and spices, mandarine peels and Cognac Grande Champagne XO.
Mandarine Napoléon : 149 €