Grand Marnier

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an orange-flavored French liqueur

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Freshness especially is important when serving SolToro's $75 High Roller Margarita, made with Don Julio Real (an extra anejo that goes for $49 a shot on its own), Gran Marnier Cinquantenaire, lime juice, agave nectar and a sea salt rim, prepared and shaken tableside.
She nudged me towards the Gran Marnier version, big enough for both of us.
During the two-and-a-half-hour meal, I eat my way through a glittering array of sinful yet heavenly preparations cured foie gras au torchon with caramelized pears and a truffle vinaigrette, lingonberry foie gras draped in 24-karat gold foil, chocolate foie gras on Gran Marnier French toast--washed down with Sauternes.
Ben says: ``It won the Gran Marnier trophy and I was sent on an all expenses trip to Monte Carlo.
The French love crepe suzettes - pancakes filled with oranges and Gran Marnier.