Benedictine is an herbal liqueur produced in France. Flavored with twenty-seven flowers, berries, herbs, roots, and spices, it was developed by wine merchant Alexandre Le Grand in the 19th century, and marketed as having been derived from an original recipe of Benedictine monks of the Abbey of Fécamp in Normandy lost in the ashes of the French Revolution.
Bénédictine D.O.M. | Normandy, France (Half Bottle)
Flavors of sweet honey accented with holiday spices, stone fruits, & an herbal nuance. Imagine brandy mixed with gin & sweetened with honey!
- Size: 375ML
- Price-range: $10-25
- Country: France
- Region: Normandy
|Dimensions||4.75 × 4.75 × 16 in|
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