ALEXANDRE LE GRAND, THE OTHER CONQUEROR
The story of the Benedictine liqueur
Available version: French
Rights: All Rights | Worldwide
What do Paul Gauguin, Douanier Rousseau, and Ernest Hemingway have in common? They all used references to the Benedictine liqueur in their works.
The history of Benedictine is not only that of a world-famous liqueur but also that of an exceptional man, Alexandre Le Grand, a visionary, and a builder of great monuments, such as the fabulous Benedictine Palace which he left to posterity.