America’s Oldest and Pennsylvania’s Largest Cordial Producer
Charles Jacquin et Cie., Inc. is founded to produce fine, old-world cordials in the United States.
Nationally renowned Jacquin’s survives prohibition producing non-alcoholic cordials.
Charles Jacquin et Cie., Inc. relocates to Philadelphia and partners with Maurice J. Cooper, an executive and merchant in imported food & beverages. Jacquin’s soared to become one of the world’s leading producers of cordials and liqueurs.
Charles Jacquin et Cie.,Inc. acquires Forbidden Fruit from the Louise Bustonaby family in France.
Charles Jacquin achieves national prominence with over 40 different cordials and liqueurs.
With continued growth, production facilities are modernized and expanded in the heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A time for portfolio expansion with the introduction of Bartenders Ready-to-Drink cocktails and Pennsylvania Dutch Egg Nog.
World treasured Chambord is sold to Brown-Forman.
Family run and operated for three generations
John A. Cooper becomes CEO and 3rd generation owner of Charles Jacquin et Cie., Inc. bringing a renewed focus on innovation, modernization, and the local community.