The making of Cherry Marnier involves the use of Dalmatian cherries, famous for their outstanding flavour and the quality of their pulp. After delivery to Neauphle-le-Chateau (France), the cherries are crushed and then macerated for a long period of time in brandy and sugar syrup. Following control and checking of the degree of alcohol, Cherry Marnier is bottled at the Gaillon plant. Cherry Marnier, a particularly full-flavoured liqueur, is made available to the consumer in a bottle featuring an original, easily-recognized design.
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