Benedictine Liqueur 70cl

Benedictine Liqueur 70cl

  • France
  • Normandy
  • Liqueur
  • 40%
  • Alone or combined with brandy
Alan

Alan says

Benedictine is an herbal liqueur made from 27 different herbs and spices in Normandy and dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. The exact recipe is a guarded secret and it is claimed that the original producer got the idea from an ancient Benedictine Abbey in Fecamp, Normandy - hence its name. Every bottle carries the initials 'DOM' which many think means 'Dominican Order of Monks'. However this is not correct and actually stands for 'For our best, greatest God'.

Another fun fact about Benedictine is that its biggest consumer in the world is Burnley Miners Club in Lancashire as their forefathers in the Lancashire Regiments picked up a taste for it in the First World War!
Alan

Alan says

Benedictine is an herbal liqueur made from 27 different herbs and spices in Normandy and dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. The exact recipe is a guarded secret and it is claimed that the original producer got the idea from an ancient Benedictine Abbey in Fecamp, Normandy - hence its name. Every bottle carries the initials 'DOM' which many think means 'Dominican Order of Monks'. However this is not correct and actually stands for 'For our best, greatest God'.

Another fun fact about Benedictine is that its biggest consumer in the world is Burnley Miners Club in Lancashire as their forefathers in the Lancashire Regiments picked up a taste for it in the First World War!

Availability & Pricing ...

PriceQuantity
70cl Bottle£34.40

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