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The Sénancole liquour of Notre Dame of the Sénanque Abbey
The Sénanque monks have elaborated this ancient liqueur from 19 plants that flourish in the Provençal valley of the Sénanque abbey. It is at the same time elegant and balanced, with a balance of flavors and aromas typical of the Provençal context. In 1969, when the last Sénanque monks left the abbey to reunite with the mother abbey of Lérins, they brought with them the precious recipe. Today the Sénanque abbey once again hosts a Cistercian community, and the Sénancole liqueur has returned to its native valley.

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