The Combier story began nearly 180 years ago at 48 Rue Beaurepaire in the picturesque village of Saumur, just 200 miles southwest of Paris in the heart of France’s historic Loire Valley. Local confectioners by trade, Jean-Baptiste Combier and his wife operated straight out of their very own kitchen. Together, they shared a dream of inventing something new; something that had never existed before; something with just the right spice, just the right smell, and just the right taste. Original Combier, the world’s first triple sec, is made according to the exact specifications of a proprietary recipe created in Saumur, France in 1834 by Jean-Baptiste Combier and his wife Josephine. A flavor that was truly an original.
Combier is a very pristine and clean orange liqueur. Distilled from West Indian orange peel and French sugar beets (as a base), it’s totally clear, and the flavor is nothing but pure, sweetened oranges. The bright, citrus flavor, clear character and smooth finish of Original Combier is unparalleled, a testament to the painstaking process and strict traditions that still go into making each bottle today.