Combier L'Original Liqueur D'Orange

Combier Original liqueur d'Orange is a brand of orange liqueur known as Triple Sec made in the Saumur region of France since 1834. Founded by Jean-Baptiste Combier and his wife, Combier produced the first Triple Sec, some forty years before the better known Cointreau. 

Combier Original is still made in the same way it was in the mid-19th century, including the zesting of oranges by hand. The sweet peels of Valencia oranges from Spain and the bitter peels of Haitian oranges are macerated in alcohol, then distilled  three times. This blend is flavored with local spices, some sugar is added, and the liqueur is bottled at 80 proof.

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Some popular cocktails containing Combier L'Original Liqueur D'Orange

  • Hocus Pocus — Gin, Sweet vermouth, Triple sec, Fernet Branca, Orange peel
  • Lime Blossom — Gin, Triple sec, Elderflower liqueur, Lime juice, Orange flower water, Lime peel
  • Transatlantic Mai Tai — Rye, Genever, Triple sec, Lime juice, Orgeat, Mint
  • Horse & Carriage Punch — Gin, Elderflower liqueur, Triple sec, Tea, Lemon juice, Sugar, Lime peel, Lemon peel, Grapefruit peel, Orange peel
  • Sendero Trail — Pisco, Plum eau-de-vie, Triple sec, Bitters, Egg white, Lime juice, Passion fruit syrup