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Bénédictine D.O.M. French Liqueur, Made From a Secret Recipe of 27 Traditional Roots, Herbs & Spices, Notes of Light Honey, Citrus & Soft Almond, 40% ABV, 70cl / 700ml

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You should also note that the picture images show only our serving suggestions of how to prepare your food - all table accessories and additional items and/or ingredients pictured with the product you are purchasing are not included. Liqueur, is the perfect accompaniment to champagne in the DOM Cocktail, and can also be sipped neat or enjoyed as an after-dinner liqueur. better source needed] He began production under the trade name "Bénédictine", using a bottle with a distinguishing shape and label. Yellow Chartreuse is probably the closest in terms of the herbal bouquet and some amaro and pastis may work, too. The recipe is a closely guarded trade secret, purportedly known to only three people at any given time.

It was developed by wine merchant Alexandre Le Grand in the 19th century, and is flavored with twenty-seven flowers, berries, herbs, roots, and spices.This Beautiful Liqueur is best drunk in small sips, letting the nectar slowly flow throughout your mouth to the back of the throat. Bénédictine is good served long with soda or tonic and is closely associated with classic cocktails such as the Singapore Sling, Vieux Carré and La Louisiane. v=1700935404","width":500},{"alt":null,"id":32234620453177,"position":2,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1. Bénédictine was created in 1510, in the Abbey of Fécamp, by an old Bénédictine monk, Dom Bernardo Vincelli, a scholar and an alchemist, and was consumed as a tonic and a medicinal elixir.

Bright orange in colour it has a unique bitter-sweet taste deriving from a secret recipe that has remained unchanged since its creation. I really enjoyed reading all of that, as well as your description of the drink and your suggestions. Packed full of news from the deli, you'll find recipe ideas, new products, producer interviews and lots of really interesting chat that us foodies like to get excited about! My mum said that she was given Guinness by the British nurses (in Singapore) when she had my older sister!A distinctive aroma and spices and citrus with hints of fresh flavour notes mellowed by a touch of honey. Three hundred and fifty years later in 1863 Alexandre Le Grand a merchant and collector of religious art discovered the lost recipe for this elixir in his collection.

Created in the countryside of Normandy, France, this liqueur draws from the subtle alchemy of 27 herbs and spices, carefully sourced from around the world. Warming notes of mocha coffee, fudge, vanilla and pine sap emerge and last through the zesty, saffron and gingerbread finish. v=1684269626","options":["Title"],"media":[{"alt":null,"id":33820845474105,"position":1,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1. The French liqueur lends its herbal complexity and rich honeyed notes to a range of drinks, from the Vieux Carré to the Singapore Sling.

Next time you have Cointreau and Orange (one of my favourite combinations), add a shot of Bénédictine. v=1688409076","width":2560},{"alt":null,"id":34462046159161,"position":2,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1. Bénédictine uses a neutral spirit base with a barely noticeable honey taste while Drambuie is dominated by a scotch and honey foundation.

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