Benedictine D.O.M Liqueur

70cl / 40%
Benedictine D.O.M Liqueur
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A classic medium-bodied French herbal liqueur, Benedictine was awarded 95 points by the prestigious Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago.



  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Ginger Ginger
  • Nutmeg Nutmeg
  • Clove Clove

Benedictine D.O.M Liqueur Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • 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.

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7 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    16 May

    Honey sweet – goes well with tonic water or ginger ale.

  • 5
    3 September 2018

    I first drank Dom Benedictine in 1968 and have been drinking it ever since. I'm now 68 and I don't drink it every day, but I have it at least 6 times a year. It's wonderful. I seem to remember it was much paler when I first tasted it, but I'm still very fond of it.

  • 5
    12 December 2017

    Magical cure of all know ills

  • 5
    23 October 2017

    Best there is

  • 4
    26 June 2016

    Excellent after opening the bottle, but the taste becomes abysmal a week later. Try a wine stopper and/or refrigerate it after opening the bottle.

  • 5
    28 February 2015

    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.

  • Cocktail Shaker Boys 20 December 2009

    A great and warming herbal liqueur. Best on its own. Also combines well with brandy in equal quantities to make a B