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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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

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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The quality of our packaging ensures the wine arrives safe and sound, it is full compostable or recyclable. The recipe of Bénédictine is a commercial secret, but it is known to contain 27 herbs and spices, of which the following 21 are publicly known: [ citation needed] angelica, hyssop, juniper, myrrh, saffron, mace, fir cones, aloe, arnica, lemon balm, tea, thyme, coriander, clove, lemon, vanilla, orange peel, honey, red berries, cinnamon, and nutmeg. There is a certain sense of surrealism as you are shown the old copper stills the drink is distilled in and as you continue on your tour, there is a definite sense of walking on hallowed grounds. Well, let’s start with the fact that Bénédictine is made up of a secret blend of 27 herbs and spices that includes saffron, cinnamon, angelica, hyssop, juniper and myrrh from five continents!

This may affect factors including the product style and allergen information, and we would advise that you always check the label and not solely rely on the information presented here. This liqueur is based on a secret recipe by French Benedictine monks said to date back to 1510 and is based on local medicinal plants enhanced by oriental spices. Liqueur, is the perfect accompaniment to champagne in the DOM Cocktail, and can also be sipped neat or enjoyed as an after-dinner liqueur. Bénédictine and Drambuie are two dark-colored, honey-sweetened herbal liqueurs often featured in high-end cocktails. Bénédictine selects product ingredients from the five continents with quality as the sole criterion of choice.v=1700935404","width":500},{"alt":null,"id":32234620453177,"position":2,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1.

In 1863 Alexandre Le Grand developed a recipe for an herbal liqueur, helped by a local chemist, from old medicinal recipes that he had acquired from a religious foundation where a maternal grandparent had held office as a fiscal prosecutor. Now, I definitely spy orange in there, so I think Cointreau or any other Triple Sec is the perfect companion for it. v=1596112823","width":800}],"requires_selling_plan":false,"selling_plan_groups":[],"content":"This is a full-bodied whisky distinctive for its intense smokiness and layers of spice. The French liqueur lends its herbal complexity and rich honeyed notes to a range of drinks, from the Vieux Carré to the Singapore Sling. Benedictine Liqueur is an original recipe centuries old, with 27 herbs and spices, and was created by Don Bernado Vincelli as an elixir for the monks as they worked, and as a defence against malaria.M. Bénédictine is a unique liqueur with a romantic and mysterious past with history that includes an old Bénédictine monk, The Philosopher’s Stone, a French king, the French revolution and a catastrophic fire that would have defeated all but the most resilient. 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. Made using a complex process with original copper pot stills, this liqueur takes over a year to make and requires the skill of a master distiller. The long connection between the Royal Navy and rum can be traced back to 1655 and Vice-Admiral William Penn's expedition to the West Indies. v=1650103866","width":800},{"alt":null,"id":21619817906227,"position":2,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1.

French herbal liqueur, Benedictine DOM is a unique and complex blend of 27 herb and spice ingredients which create a rich, full and intense flavour that is balanced with sweetness and a smooth warming taste. 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.Commonly assumed botanicals include hyssop, lemon balm, myrhh, juniper, aloe, arnica, and cinnamon, though these remain impossible to verify. I grew up in Singapore, and for many of my Chinese friends there, it is also very traditional to have DOM after having a baby. Originally created and produced in Normandy, France as an elixir for monks to help maintain their work, Benedictine DOM is also the world’s first branded liqueur medicine. v=1688409076","options":["Title"],"media":[{"alt":null,"id":34462046126393,"position":1,"preview_image":{"aspect_ratio":1.

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