Mandarine Napoleon

Mandarine Napoleon is the creation of Antoine-Francois de Fourcroy, personal physician to Napoleon Bonaparte. He noted that the Emperor enjoyed mandarins and tangerines in cognac, and so created a liqueur based on distilled mandarins and other botanicals, blended with cognac.

The original recipe was lost for many years, but rediscovered in 1892 by the Belgian company Fourcroy who bottled it and brought it to a wider market. This historical favourite of Napoleon himself is today enjoyed around the world.

Mandarine Napoleon (Grande Cuvee) 70cl

70cl | ABV 38% | In Stock
(ISC 2017 - Silver Medal Winner)

Grande Liqueur Imperiale. Mandarine Napoleon owes...more

(£25.79 ex VAT)

Mandarine Napoleon (Grande Cuvee) Gift Tin 70cl

70cl | ABV 38% | In Stock

A limited edition Gift Tin presentation of Mandarine...more

(£27.46 ex VAT)

Mandarine Napoleon XO (Grande Reserve) 70cl

70cl | ABV 40% | In Stock
(Limited Stocks - Only 2000 bottles produced)

Only 2000 bottles of Mandarine Napoleon Grande...more

(£125.00 ex VAT)