Fécamp (1973)

Fécamp (1973) Fécamp (1973)
Added by Alain Martineau
Front Description Bénédictine is an herbal liqueur beverage invented by Alexandre Legrand (who later changed his name to Alexandre Le Grand) in the 19th century and produced in France. The recipe contains 27 plants and spices.
At the Benedictine Abbey of Fécamp in Normandy, monks had developed a medicinal aromatic herbal beverage. It was produced until the abbey's devastation during the French Revolution. In 1863, Alexandre Legrand set out to recreate the recipe. Working with a chemist, he developed the formula now in use. He began production under the trade name "Bénédictine", using a bottle with an easily recognizable shape and label.
Height 105.00 mm
Width 150.00 mm
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