The French liqueur Benedictine is elaborated at Le Palais Benedictine in Fécamp, Normandy, since the beginning and for the whole world. Made up of 27 plants & spices, its aroma is distinguished by notes of citrus fruits and spices, softened by a hint of honey.
B&B: Benedictine & Brandy! This emblematic cocktail from New York in the 1930s was so successful that in 1937, it was decided to make it at Le Palais Benedictine. During the final blending, the Brandy is added to the liqueur, before the last 4 months of ageing. This very light liqueur develops aromas of spices, citrus fruits, herbs and caramelized notes.
Benedictine Single Cask :After its traditional maturation in oak barrels, a small quantity of Benedictine, with the addition of Brandy, undergoes further ageing in small oak casks. This ageing process enables it to acquire unique organoleptic qualities: a spicy fragrance combined with an aromatic and complex flavor, and supported by an incomparable woodiness.
Our latest Expressions, Bénédictine 1888 is a blend of Benedictine liqueur and Cognac. A blend that then ages for a few months in French oak barrels previously used to store Cognac. The result is subtle, Bénédictine 1888 reveals citrus and lemon notes on the nose, which are enriched with vanilla and honey aromas. The Cognac, which amplifies the notes of angelica, brings roundness and warmth.
Find in this box the four Expressions of Benedictine, in litre format: Benedictine D.O.M. B&B, Benedictine Single Cask and Benedictine 1888.
Find in this box the four Expressions of Benedictine, in liter format: Benedictine D.O.M. B&B, Benedictine Single Cask and Benedictine 1888.
Benedictine and B&B : 40% ABV.
Benedictine Single Cask : 43% ABV.
Benedictine 1888 : 42.8% ABV.