500-year-old Bénédictine finds new life as mixer

12/28/2009 | NYTimes.com

Bénédictine liqueur is making the latest in a long series of comebacks as an ingredient in upscale cocktails. New York's Standard Hotel tops the liqueur, which marks its 500th anniversary in 2010, with Champagne and a dash of orange bitters, while Louis 649 serves it with equal parts yellow Chartreuse, Rittenhouse rye whiskey and lemon juice.

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