Cointreau

[ kwahn-troh; French kwan-troh ]
/ ˈkwɑn troʊ; French kwɛ̃ˈtroʊ /
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Trademark.

a colorless, orange-flavored liqueur.

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British Dictionary definitions for cointreau

Cointreau

/ (ˈkwɑːntrəʊ) /

noun

trademark a colourless liqueur with orange flavouring
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Word Origin and History for cointreau

Cointreau

n.

orange-flavored liqueur, named for founders Adolphe and Edouard-Jean Cointreau, brothers from Angers, France, who set up Cointreau Distillery in 1849. The orange liqueur dates from 1875.

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