Dry Orange Curaçao is one of the old Bols liqueurs of which various recipes were in use in the past. It was introduced at the World Exhibition in Antwerp in 1885 when a journalist described it as: Nectar of the gods, distilled from sweet sugar from the West (Indies).”
Sometimes overshadowed by the success of Triple Sec Curaçao, Dry Orange is nonetheless the only ingredient to use for some of the world’s most important rum cocktails, like the Mai Tai. Bols Dry Orange Curaçao is based on a molasses distillate and mixes very well. This liqueur is famous for its unparalleled aroma and taste and its beautiful deep orange glow.