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[NSW, VIC, ACT, WA] Cointreau Orange Liqueur 700ml $46.99 @ ALDI


Good price for this great mixer (current on special at Dan’s for $49.95) An essential in any liquor cabinet, Cointreau is used in iconic cocktails such as the White Lady, Margarita or Cosmopolitan.

Also on sale is the Sierra silver Tequila for $39.99 ($44.95 at Dan’s)

We love it in a Margarita, have experimented with a passion fruit one and a chilli one 🍸
Classic Margarita
45ml Tequila
30ml Cointreau
30ml fresh lime
15 ml sugar syrup
Shake over ice then pour into glass
Rim glass with salt

On sale 3 February 2021 in selected NSW, ACT, VIC and WA stores while stocks last*

Liquor is available in selected ALDI stores in NSW, VIC, ACT and WA. Due to liquor licensing limitations, liquor is not sold in any QLD or SA ALDI stores. Find your nearest store for ALDI Liquor.

ALDI supports the responsible service of alcohol. It is illegal to purchase alcohol for people under 18.

  • While stocks last - please note stocks are limited and will vary between stores.

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  • +3

    This is gold, thanks

  • +3

    What's your favourite Cointreau use? I like a Kamikaze (equal measure vodka, cointreau and lime juice, shaken over ice)

    • +4

      We make a version of tiramisu with Cointreau instead of Tia Maria and it is unreal.

      • Uhhhhh, yep. When you get a sec; recipe please?!

        • +6

          Here's what I use. Sorry, the pages are a bit dirty - that book has been thrashed.

          I use So Good vanilla ice cream, Tofutti cream cheese, and where it says soft it means silken tofu. (Tofu in cream sounds weird? Try it. But you need a good blender to smooth - I use a Vitamix).

          For the Cointreau version you can sub the 1/2C coffee with 1/4C water plus an extra 2 or 3 shots of Cointreau, or keep the coffee - I've tried both, both good in their own way.

          Cleaning the bowls with the browned cutoffs of the cake is a lot of fun too. Have fun.

      • That sounds fabulous! Great idea

  • +8

    Dude even posted a recipe how can you not upvote.

    • +1

      Thanks Legoncy 🤗

  • +3

    Sex in a cup: 30ml cointreau over ice with lemonade and a slice or lime.

    Yes it's just over ice with lemonade but if you say it loud enough next to a pretty thing at the bar her ears will prick up.

    • Even with soda it's awesome

      G&T and this would be my favourite drinks

  • I upvoted as I love this in margherita's, even though I live in Adelaide and we are not allowed to have alcohol in our Aldi.

  • Up your margarita game by topping up with a splash of grand marnier! You wont regret it!

  • +4

    Please! Just drink it straight!

    • +1


    • +1

      Yes! Little sips over a long period of time, it's as good as Drambuie.

      • Actually, (despite what I said above) try a 50:50 mix WITH Drambuie. Nectar of the Gods!

  • Is there a everyday-cheaper equivalent of Cointreau? At Dan, at Aldi? Ta

    • +1

      Just mix approx 2 thirds vodka to 1 third Dry Bitter Orange syrup….trust me, the difference is almost indistinguishable! (especially in a cocktail, obviously) So much cheaper!

      • Where can you get this?

    • +3

      Vok Triple Sec

  • +1

    FYI $50 on amazon. not cheaper but you could consider it a $3 "delivery fee" if delivery is your thing. Only 2 left as in stock as of now though
    Edit: don't forget shopback or cashrewards currently 7.5% back. Basically the same price then.

  • wish they had grand marnier on special, it’s lower in sugar than cointreau.

  • Usually buy it from Dan Murphy, $49.95 is the standard price. Plus 5% off from gift cards and 4% on shopback brings it down to about $45.50 a bottle, but then you have to factor in delivery. Probably easier to grab it from your local Aldi, but it's not a massive savings

  • If in Qld you can get DOM Benedictine on clearance for $54.60 at BWS. Other states are $78. Not lots of stock but still some around.


  • +3

    Dan Murphy's has now updated their price to 46.95

  • We've migrated to Vok Triple Sec for use in cocktails and haven't really noticed the difference. Yes there is a difference, but if it tastes fine in a cocktail why pay more?

  • Cointreau also great for soaking strawberries in to go with your icecream.