Les Miserables NYC - photo copyright Cheri Loughlin

Blending Brandy and Benedictine is nothing new. This combination has been a classic since the beginning of B&B Liqueur. B&B blends fine cognac, a variety of brandy, with Benedictine. That mingling of spirits became an instant sensation in the cocktail world. However, blend Brandy and Benedictine a little differently and a burst of something beautiful flows to the forefront. A spark of happiness springs forth on the tongue.

Toulon Brandy Cocktail - photo copyright Cheri LoughlinToulon

1-1/2 ounce Brandy

1/2 ounce Benedictine

1/2 ounce Dry Vermouth

Orange Twist Garnish

Combine liquids in mixing glass with ice. Stir to chill. Strain into martini glass.

Toulon is nicely spicy with mere hints of sweet. Contains beautiful color and comes together easily without all the fuss just like classic cocktails of old.

Toulon is a town in Southern France. Toulon features prominently in Victor Hugo’s production, Les Miserables as the location of the legendary prison, Bagne of Toulon.

Find more Brandy, Benedictine and Classic Cocktails by following the link. High resolution digital photo downloads are available for brand, cocktail menu creation use and individual use at www.cheriloughlin.com within the Beverages category.

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