Bennebroeck Napoleon 1811

Making a cocktail called "Bennebroeck Napoleon 1811" involves creating a drink with a fresh and lively profile, with fresh tangerine and green herbs, inspired by the green surroundings around Bennebroek and the historic moment when Napoleon Bonaparte visited in 1811. Below is a suggested recipe for this Napoleon-inspired drink:

-60 ml Green15®
-20 ml Mandarin Napoleon®
-5 drops of cocktail bitters
-20 ml prosecco or tonic water
-Fresh tangerine segments
-Garnish: fresh mint leaves
-Ice cubes


  1. Crush a few fresh mint leaves and place them in a cocktail shaker with ice cubes to release their aroma.
  2. Add Green15® and Mandarin Napoleon® to the shaker.
  3. Shake the ingredients vigorously for about 15 seconds to chill the mixture.
  4. Strain the cocktail into a tumbler glass filled with ice.
  5. Garnish with fresh mint leaves and tangerine segments cut in half.
  6. Finally, add 5 drops of cocktail bitters and pour in prosecco or tonic water as desired.

This Bennebroeck Napoleon 1811 cocktail combines the delicious sweetness of tangerine with the complex flavours of Mandarin Napoleon, resulting in a refreshing and lively drink. The addition of mint provides a sensation of natural freshness. Adjust the sweetness and acidity as desired by choosing prosecco or tonic water.