Benedictine D.O.M Liqueur Reviews
Tasting Notes for CLASS Magazine
Appearance - Clear, coppery amber with copper flecks.
Aroma - Fresh citrus peel, cardamom, cedar wood, nutmeg, sage and mace.
Taste - Silky, honeyed, lightly spiced palate with saffron, ginger, cardamom, cloves and citrus zestiness.
Aftertaste - Warming notes of mocha coffee, fudge, vanilla and pine sap emerge and last through the zesty, saffron and gingerbread finish.
Rating - 5+/5
2 Customer Reviews
This is an enjoyable liqueur. It reminds me a little of Drambuie but it''s much more refined. Although definitely herbal the citrus is there - enough to make for an interesting alternative to triple sec in a Margarita. If you''re stocking a home bar it''s worth having a bottle of this tucked away at the back.
A great and warming herbal liqueur. Best on its own. Also combines well with brandy in equal quantities to make a B