Liqueur - Fruit
Mandarine Napoleon Liqueur
This score falls in the 93rd percentile of all spirits in the Liqueur category and is an example of the very best in its class.
Mandarine Napoleon liqueur is a blend of Sicilian Mandarin oranges and brandy. The liqueur is named for French conqueror Napoleon Bonaparte. It is said that Napoleon's doctor, Antoine-Francois de Fourcroy, who prescribed mandarin oranges soaked in brandy as a medicinal, a concoction that the emperor enjoyed greatly. The liqueur itself was formalized as a product in 1892.
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