A pleasantly soft style of gin, with a little oiliness and the aromatic...
As the fourth expression of the Experimental Series, Fire & Cane fuses...
The name for this expression comes from a mysterious peat bog on the...
The low-vigour, stony, clay-rich soil, cool maritime mesoclimate,...
Upon release, the wine was brick red in colour, bright and already...
A unique and complex blend of 27 herb and spice ingredients. A distinctive aroma and spices and citrus with hints of fresh flavour notes mellowed by a touch of honey. It is a memorable experience for your senses. Serve it neat, over ice or in intriguing cocktails.
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Alexandre Le Grand invented a recipe for this herbal liqueur in the 19th century, aided by a chemist. To help market it, he made up a story about it being developed by monks at the Benedictine Abbey of Fécamp in Normandy.
He began production under the trade name Bénédictine, using a bottle with a distinguishing shape and label.
Today, Benedictine is made by Bacardi to a secret recipe known to only three people at any one time.
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