An improved Chrysanthemum with less absinthe and more citrus.
Simply fino sherry, dry vermouth and a splash of Bénédictine, served up, the Orchid Thief reads like a hybrid of two of Chip Tyndale’s favorite cocktails: the Bamboo and the…
In this round of “Makes Everything Better,” Damon Boelte of Grand Army offers tips on using Bénédictine.
This was the preferred concoction of Gertrude Niesen, an actress and singer and frequent patron of Manhattan’s Stork Club in the 1930s and ‘40s, and it’s a hell of a…
Every bar sports marginal bottles that elude even the most seasoned drink-makers. That is, until someone dusts them off and uses them in a new way. In "Bringing It Back…
An Old-Fashioned a la The Dead Rabbit, adapted from The Dead Rabbit Drinks Manual by Sean Muldoon, Jack McGarry and Ben Schaffer.
Somewhere between a Spritz and a classic Gin Sour, the Le Grand highlights the idiosyncratic herbal liqueur, Bénédictine.
A Brooklyn take on the Manhattan spiked with Bénédictine, prune brandy and rye, from Clover Club's Tom Macy.
The Montgomery Smith consists of a simple mixture of Cognac, Bénédictine and Fernet-Branca, created by Nate Dumas of PDT.
Damon Boelte's play on the Sidecar formula swaps out Cognac for Armagnac and Cointreau for Bénédictine.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.