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As fall is among us, we know that everyone is looking for delicious cocktail recipes that they can easily make at home. Whether you’re going off to a football game or it’s girls night, Grand Marnier’s new GM Titanium is perfect for any festive occasion.

When serving, GM Titanium is encouraged to be appreciated and sipped neat, on the rocks, or in handcrafted cocktails. The sleek bottle even glows under nightclub lighting so it’s great for any event and retails for $39.99.

Check out some cocktail recipes below – which one is your favorite?

GM Titanium & Berries
2 oz. GM Titanium
¼ oz. Amontillado sherry
2 strawberries
1 blackberry
1/2 oz. lemon juice
1/2 oz. simple syrup
Glass: double old-fashioned
Ice: crushed
Garnish: Mint sprig and fresh berries
Preparation: Muddle berries with simple syrup and add remaining ingredients.  Shake with ice and strain over crushed ice into a double old-fashioned glass.  Garnish with mint sprig and fresh berries.



2 oz. GM Titanium
1 oz. sweet vermouth
1 dash Angostura bitters
1 dash orange bitters
Glass: rocks glass
Ice: large cube or kold draft
Garnish: wide orange peel
Preparation: Combine all ingredients over ice in a mixing glass, stir thoroughly to chill.  Garnish with a wide orange peel.


2 oz. GM Titanium
3/4oz. lemon juice
3/4 oz. Simple syrup
Dash Angostura bitters
Glass: coupe or martini glass
Garnish: wide lemon peel
Preparation: Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass and shake with ice.  Strain into a coupe or small martini glass.  Garnish with wide lemon peel
2 oz. GM Titanium
3/4 oz. elderflower liquor
Glass: Coupe or small martini
Garnish: wide lemon peel
Preparation: Combine ingredients over ice in a mixing glass, stir thoroughly to chill.  Garnish with a wide lemon peel.
GM Titanium & Ginger
2 oz. GM Titanium
1/2 oz. lime juice 
3 oz. Ginger beer
2 dashes Angostura bitters
Glass: Highball
Ice: Rocks
Garnish: Lime wedge
Preparation: Over ice in highball glass ad Titanium, lime juice and bitters.  Top with ginger beer and garnish with lime wedge.

GM Titanium on the rocks best pour:
2 oz. over ice, squeeze of wide lemon peel.

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