WINE & SPIRITS
B & B LIQUEUR (750 ML)
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In the 1930's, a barman from the well known Club Twenty One in New York concoct a mix of Benedictine and Brandy. This new drink was in a flash fruitful, and was called B&B. Drier than Benedictine, B&B, which is extremely prevalent with the Americans, is the aftereffect of the watchful mix between the quality of an old cognac and the 27 plants and flavors which go up to make Benedictine alcohol.