In the 19th century Alexander Le Grand recreated the elixir with the help of a local chemist. He began to sell the liqueur commercially under the name Benedictine. The brand was sold to Martini and Rossi and eventually Bacardi.
1 1/2 oz Benedictine
2 oz gin
1 dash vermouth
1/2 oz Campari
1 dash Borgmann's
1/2 oz Albert Trummer's elixir number 5: ginger and orange essence
put all ingredients into a mixing glass
strain into a cocktail glass
garnish with a slice of fresh ginger
Dr. Herb and more recipes can be found in the award winning cocktail book
Cocktails: Die besten Drinks by Albert Trummer and Dr. Markus Metka.