Cointreau
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British pronunciation/kˈɔɪntɹəʊ/
American pronunciation/kˈɔɪntɹoʊ/
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an alcoholic drink with orange flavor, originated in France

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Cointreau definition and meaning

What is "Cointreau"?

Cointreau is an orange-flavored liqueur made from a blend of sweet and bitter orange peels. It is usually 40-50% alcohol by volume and is popular in many countries around the world. Cointreau is usually clear and has a sweet, citrusy flavor. It is often served neat or with a mixer, and is also used to make a variety of cocktails, such as the Margarita and the Sidecar. It is also used in cooking, and is often used to add flavor to sauces and marinades. Cointreau is typically made with sugar, alcohol, and a blend of sweet and bitter orange peels. The orange peels are steeped in alcohol for several days before being distilled and blended with sugar and other ingredients. It is usually bottled at 40-50% alcohol by volume, and is popular in many countries around the world.

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