Get inspired with a list of 40 drink recipes you can make using Grand Marnier, an orange-flavored liqueur.
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Are you looking for a cocktail recipe that uses Grand Marnier?
Maybe you want to make the most of this ingredient because you know it doesn’t get enough use in your home bar.
Or maybe you don’t have too many other choices at home right now and are trying to get creative with what you do have.
Or you’re really just looking to highlight the nuanced flavor of this classic orange liqueur.
Whatever the reason you find yourself here, I have something for you. In this post, we’re going over 40 different cocktail and drink recipes that highlight the delicious orange flavor of Grand Marnier.
Find some classic recipes, as well as some new cocktails and shots you may not have heard of before.
Let this list inspire you to make something you’ve never made before – or get back to basics with the classic recipes you know and love.
I’ve outlined the main ingredients for each cocktail, but you can click through the links in the list to get the full recipe for each drink.
Try this drink made with amaretto, Grand Marnier, and lemon juice. Garnish with slices of orange!
This drink comes together with Grand Marnier Amaro Averna, salted butter, hot apple cider, and fresh lemon juice. Garnish with sliced lemons.
The Aventura cocktail is made with fresh raspberries, mezcal, Grand Marnier, elderflower liqueur, simple syrup, and fresh lemon and lime juice.
This shot is made with three different liqueurs: Grand Marnier, Kahlua, and Bailey’s Irish Cream. Bottoms up!
For this drink, combine cognac, light rum, fresh lemon juice, Grand Marnier, simple syurp, and a dash of orange bitters.
A bijou cocktail has gin, vermouth, and Grand Marnier. Enjoy this drink with an orange zest garnish.
To make a Burnt Fuselage, you’ll need cognac, Grand Marnier, and dry vermouth. Finish it off with a lemon twist garnish.
For a Cadillac margarita, you’ll want to have on hand tequila, Grand Marnier, fresh lime juice, and a lime wedge and salt for garnish.
Try this drink with gin, Grand Marnier, orange juice, lemon juice, grenadine, simple syrup, and a dash of orange bitters.
This cocktail is made with gin, Grand Marnier, Lillet Blanc, lemon juice, absinthe, and a strip of orange peel for garnish.
This drink comes together with Grand Marnier, triple sec, vodka, and cranberry juice. Finish it off with a lime twist.
To make a D’Artagnan, you’ll want to combine Armagnanc, Grand Marnier, simple syurp, and orange juice in a champagne flute. Top off the flute with chilled champagne and some strips of orange zest for garnish.
For an El Presidente, stir the following ingredients together with ice: rum, vermouth, Grand Marnier, orange bitters, Angostura aromatic bitters, and one cocktail cherry. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a cherry.
A ghost margarita is made with silver tequila, Grand Marnier, lime and lemon juice, and ghost chili simple syrup. Spicy!
For this cocktail, combine Grand Marnier, fresh grapefruit juice, lemon juice, honey, orange bitters, orange flower water, and finish off with a rosemary sprig for garnish.
Try a Grand 75 cocktail with just three ingredients: Grand Marnier, fresh lemon juice, and champagne. Perfect for toasting!
Enjoy this champagne cocktail with Grand Marnier, honey, and fresh strawberries. Finish it off with a bottle of champagne.
This Grand Collins drink has Grand Marnier, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, and soda water. Finish it off with a lemon wheel garnish.
This cocktail is a twist on a Kentucky Derby cocktail. This variation has Grand Marnier, Angostura bitters, mint, and ginger ale.
For a Grand Marnier smash, combine fresh lemon chunks, mint, and Grand Marnier. This potent drink is full of flavor!
Enjoy this drink with bourbon, Grand Marnier, sweet vermouth, and lemon juice. Grab a lemon slice to add for garnish.
A Grand Old Fashioned uses Grand Marnier, bourbon, aromatic bitters, and finishes it off with an orange twist garnish.
For a Kamikaze cocktail, combine vodka, Grand Marnier, and any flavor of schnapps of your choice. Get creative with this one!
Try this cocktail that combines cognac, Grand Marnier, dry vermouth, cherry heering, and a dash of maraschino liqueur.
Enjoy a Larchmont with white rum, fresh lime juice, Grand Marnier, and simple syrup. Garnish with an orange peel twist.
A classic Mai Tai uses Grand Marnier, aged rum, white rum, fresh lime juice, orgeat, and simple syrup. Enjoy with a garnish of lime wedge and a large mint sprig.
This cocktail is made with tequila, Grand Marnier, lime juice, sweetened cranberry juice, and simple syrup.
Try an Olympic cocktail with cognac, Grand Marnier, and freshly squeezed orange juice.
This Orange Brulee cocktail is made with amaretto, Grand Marnier, brandy, single cream, and garnished with some chocolate shavings.
A Palo Negro is made with tequila, sherry, rum, Grand Marnier, and demerara syrup. Finish it off with an orange slice for garnish.
Create this fun drink with cognac, Irish whiskey, Grand Marnier, Benedictine DOM, and chilled water.
A Peat’s Dragon cocktail is made with whiskey, Grand Marnier, Lillet Blanc, Noilly prat extra dry, and black pepper.
Enjoy a Pot O’Gold with chartreuse, Grand Marnier, and tonic water. This drink is topped with some edible gold flakes.
To make a Rosarita Margarita, combine lime juice, cranberry juice, sweet & sour, Grand Marnier, and tequila. Garnish with a lime wedge.
Try this cocktail with a fun name that has gin, Grand Marnier, sweet vermouth, dry vermouth, orange juice, and a dash of orange bitters.
For this classic cocktail, you’ll need fresh lemon juice, sugar, dried cherries, cognac, and Grand Marnier.
Enjoy a Sunray with bourbon, Grand Marnier, white wine aperitif, and orange juice. Garnish with an orange twist.
A classic cocktail comes together with ice, orange juice, tequila silver, Grand Marnier, grenadine, and garnished with maraschino cherries.
This drink is made by combining bourbon, Grand Marnier, orange juice, lemon juice, and bitters. Served with a lemon curl.
A yellow daisy is made with gin, dry vermouth, and Grand Marnier.
Make the most of the Grand Marnier in your home bar tonight by whipping up one of these delicious cocktails! Try something new – or go back to basics with something tried-and-true.