Cointreau, German army reserve (Wehrmacht) - 0,7L
Cointreau produced for the German army (the Wehrmacht) during the Second World War. It is indicated on the label that the sale is forbidden to anyone not belonging to the Wehrmacht.
A case can be found in the Cointreau Museum in Angers.
Cointreau, triple sec, is very appreciated by connoisseurs across the Atlantic.
This liqueur, made from sweet and bitter orange peels, offers sweetness and freshness. These peels are macerated and distilled in copper stills. The know-how has been passed down from generation to generation since 1870, when Edouard Cointreau joined the family business, which was originally specialized in confectionery and pastries.