There’s orange liqueur . . . and then there’s Grand Marnier. Its cognac base, blended with macerated bitter orange peels sourced from Haiti and other Caribbean locales, has been around since 1880. The Grand Cuvée line—which includes 1880, Centenaire, and Quintessence—consists of elegant, complex liqueurs employing rare aged Cognac. In the case of Quintessence, the eaux de vie are more than 100 years old.