A blend of the classic Bénédictine herbal, spiced liqueur, and brandy. The D.O.M. on the label stands for Deo Optimo Maximo, which is Latin for To God Most Good, Most Great - that's how good they think this stuff is! The original Benedictine recipe is centuries old, and was created by Don Bernado Vincelli as an elixir for the monks as they worked, and as a malarial defence. In fact, Benedictine was the first branded medicinal liqueur. It's worth noting that this isn't actually a malarial defence, but still makes a tasty cocktail!
i have enjoyed this product since the mid 60s I recently purchased a fresh bottle.WHAT THE HELL DID YOU DO TO THE MIX????? It tastes like cheap brandy.please tell me I got a bad bottle or some excuse. We have lost so many things in life due to the profit margin that I hope one of my loves has not been eliminated.
13th August 2015
First tasted in in New York in 1973 whilst on a Ship handling Course @ La Guardia Air Training centre. introduced by an American Ships Captain on the same course. Really enjoyed and have done so ever since.
4th December 2013