When Louis-Alexandre of the House of Grand Marnier created his first luxury liqueur in 1827, orange was widely popular, yet also expensive and difficult to find.
It took years to cultivate the perfect oranges for Grand Marnier®. The same garden which yielded oranges in St Jean Capferrat would also inspire a quest for the perfect vanilla. Louis-Alexandre cultivated rare species of the vanilla orchid in his exquisite garden. Later his great grand daughter, Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle, current President of Marnier Lapostolle North America and creator of Casa Lapostolle Wines, chose the Natural Vanilla flavor to create Navan®, a new liqueur founded on Grand Marnier®'s success - to uncover a widely popular yet rare, refined flavor, as a tribute to her great grand father.
Navan's singular bottle is a modern reinterpretation of the Grand Marnier bottle shape.
Characterized by its unique textured black band and its sophisticated multifaceted neck., complexity and refinement define Navan at every stage. The clear white glass magnifies the golden color of the product.