Orange Liqueur

Orange Liqueur

Orange liqueur is undyed and contains at least 30 % vol alcohol. Orange liqueur acquires its finely tart orange flavour through the use of orange peel, the flavour of which has previously been dissolved in cognac, ethyl alcohol or armagnac. Orange liqueur can be drunk pure on ice, used to mix long drinks and cocktails, or used for desserts. Hot coffee or cocoa with orange liqueur also taste very good.

All data per 100 g:
235 kcal
7 g
0 g
0 g

Recipes with Orange Liqueur

A touch of honey tea
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Almond Cream - Crema di Mandorle
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Anniversary cake
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Apricot fruit salad
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Bananas with orange dessert
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Bavarian cream with oranges
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Canard orange - Duck with oranges
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Champagne Cocktail
Champagne Cocktail is a festive cocktail with a fine, slightly bitter orange note. Pour ice cubes into a shaker. ...
Christmas punch with egg liqueur
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