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BENEDICTINE

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 721 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BENEDICTINE, a liqueur manufactured at Fecamp, France. The composition is a trade secret, but, according to Konig, the following are among the substances used in the manufacture of imitations of the genuine article: fresh lemon peel, cardamoms, hyssop tops, angelica, peppermint, thyme, cinnamon, nutmegs, cloves and arnica flowers. (See FECAMP.)
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