Jacques Marnier Lapostolle launched Grand Marnier in 1977 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the House of Grand Marnier®. This opulent blend, presented in a unique decanter, was created for cognac enthusiasts. It combines essence of orange with very old cognacs mainly from Grand Champagne, the most prestigious production area in the Cognac region. The epitome of Grand Marnier®'s luxury and authenticity, the bottle's distinctive "Art Nouveau" decoration is still hand-finished today.
Grand Marnier hosted a fundraiser for the Miami Cultural Arts Foundation to benefit the Miami Design Preservation League. The event kicked off the start of the 2010 Food Network South Beach Food and Wine Festival at The Temple House featuring furniture from Room Service Furniture and Event Rentals by AFR last week.
Red is the color of passion and this event exuded a strong amorous feeling of desire, love and passion. Room Service by AFR featured their club high tops with red tops, clear acrylic bar stools, Grand Marnier branded waterfalls and VIP bars as focal points for the main room inside. Straight back love seats and platform benches in red with coordinating tables accented the pool area. Can-can girls and synchronized swimmers were part of the live entertainment for the event.