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Is the result of the careful blend between the strength of an old cognac and the 27 plants and spices which go up to make Benedictine liqueur.
In the 1930's, a barman from the famous Club Twenty One in New York dreamt up a blend of Benedictine and Brandy. This new drink was instantly successful, and was called B&B. Drier than Benedictine, B&B, which is very popular with the Americans,
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