Bénédectine is a French liqueur, born around 1500 by an Italian Benedictine friar who gave the liqueur the name of his order. It is composed of twenty-seven herbs, mostly collected on the cliffs of Normandy. The liqueur must age for a long time in oak barrels before being bottled. It is considered an excellent digestive, as well as an ingredient in various cocktails.
Recipes made in Italy by Italians in Italian. Translated for You with Love