Benedictine D.O.M. Liqueur

Benedictine D.O.M. Liqueur
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Benedictine D.O.M. LiqueurBenedictine D.O.M. LiqueurBenedictine D.O.M. Liqueur
Winning bid: £90.00
Lot number: 071-0168

Don Bernado Vincelli originally designed the 'elixir' to sustain the monks in their work and as a probably useless defence against malaria and was the first branded liqueur medicine. The liqueur uses twenty-seven herbs and spices. The D.O.M. stands for Deo Optimo Maximo which means - To God most good, most great.

Burnley Miners' Club in Lancashire, United Kingdom is the world's biggest single consumer of Bénédictine liqueur, after Lancashire regiments acquired a taste for it during the First World War. Burnley Football Club also sells Bénédictine on match days, making them the only English club to do this.

43% ABV / No bottle size stated

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Featured in: The 71st Auction (February 24 – March 5, 2017)
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