A slightly sweet liqueur that is named after the Benedictine monks from the Abbey of Fecamp. This liqueur was first produced by them back in the 16th century, but during the devistation of the French Revolution, the recipe was acquired by the Le Grand family and turned into a comercial venture. To this day, the recipe is a closely guarded secret. All that is known about the recipe, is that it is based on Cognac, and is flavored with various aromatics, fruit peels, and herbs.

Bottles of Benedictine include the initials D.O.M. which stands for "Deo Optimo Maximo" (For our best, greatest God).

The following recipes on this site use Benedictine:

tequila, dry vermouth, Benedictine,
rum, sweet vermouth, dry vermouth, Benedictine, orange juice,
Monte Carlo
rye whiskey, Benedictine, Angostura Bitters,
Tip Top
dry vermouth, Benedictine, Angostura Bitters,
Straits Sling
gin, dry cherry brandy, Benedictine, lemon juice, orange bitters, Angostura Bitters, soda water,
Bobby Burns
Scotch whisky, sweet vermouth, Benedictine,
gin, dry vermouth, Benedictine, orange bitters,
dry vermouth, bourbon whiskey, Benedictine, peach bitters,
Chrysanthemum Cocktail
dry vermouth, Benedictine, absinthe,
Poet's Dream
gin, dry vermouth, Benedictine,
gin, dry vermouth, Benedictine, orange bitters,
gin, sweet vermouth, orange bitters, Benedictine,
Benedictine, gin, dry vermouth, sweet vermouth, Campari,
gin, dry vermouth, Benedictine, Angostura Bitters,
bourbon whiskey, amaretto, Benedictine, Cointreau, orange curaçao,
De La Louisiane
rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, absinthe, Peychaud's bitters,
dry vermouth, Jagermeister, Benedictine, cinnamon tincture,
Singapore Sling
gin, Cherry Heering, Cointreau, Benedictine, pineapple juice, lime juice, grenadine, Angostura Bitters,
Vieux Carre
rye whiskey, brandy, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, Peychaud's bitters, Angostura Bitters,
rum, Benedictine, falernum, lime juice, Angostura Bitters,
Widow's Kiss
calvados, Chartreuse, Benedictine, Angostura Bitters,
bourbon whiskey, Benedictine, Angostura Bitters,