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Benedictine DOM

A famous liqueur first made around 1510 by the Bendictine monks at their monastery at F├ęcamp, in Northern France.

After the monastery was destroyed, during the time of the French Revolution, the recipe passed into lay hands.

The DOM stands for "Deo Optimo Maximo" - meaning "to God, most good, most great" and not as often thought "Dominican Order of Monks".

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