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By Emma Glanfield for MailOnline. A working men's club in the north of England is the world's biggest consumer of French Benedictine liqueur, downing 1, bottles a year of the alcoholic beverage.

The golden tipple has been a favourite at the Burnley miners' working men's social club for more than a century after being popular among danceers who developed a taste for it during the First World War and Mens club Burnley dancers it to keep warm. Since then the drink has become a best seller at the member club — which has even introduced a Mens club Burnley dancers Bomb' in a bid to keep it popular among the younger dancer.

Scroll down for video. Barman Dan Jakes pours Benedectine liqueur at the Burnley miners' working men's social club - the world's biggest consumer of the beverage where Prostitution in Bournemouth address down around 1, bottles of sancers drink every year.

The drink became popular in Burnley after soldiers from East Lancashire were Subtle flirting in United Kingdom to Normandy in the First World War and developed a taste for it after drinking it to keep warm. Pictured: Members try the 'Bene Bomb'. Several members round off their evenings with a 'Bene'n'hot' - the liqueur served with hot water - while others take it on the rocks.

It Mrns even been 're-branded' to appeal to the newest members of the club — by being mixed with an energy drink as an alternative to the infamous JagerBomb.

Club secretary Alan Kennedy said: 'The soldiers used to drink it in the trenches and the hot water obviously kept them warm but it also made it last longer. I think they had to order more before Christmas so Burney went quickly. The club is the world's biggest consumer of the beverage with the majority of members enjoying it with water.

The drink was discovered by the men of the 11th battalion of the East Lancashire regiment after they were drafted to Fecamp in Normandy - where it is.

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They asked the club to import it on their return from the war. He added: 'Some of the younger ones are drinking it now, the 30 and year-olds, so it is still popular.

The club has even dedicated an entire part of the clubhouse to the drink by unveiling the Benedictine Room.

Benedictine liqueur features up to 27 ingredients, including an array of herbs clhb spices, such as Lemon Balm. After being imported to the UK by the working men's club, it also became tradition for Burnley Football Club to sell the liqueur on match days, making it the only English club to do so.

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The Burnley miners' working men's social club is the world's biggest consumer of the liqueur, while Burnley Football Club is the only one in England to sell the beverage on match days.

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