In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Whisky, brandy and dark rum producers are now compelled to fight hard for their share of the market.
- And unlike its cheap, nasty brandy competitors, cognac does have a reputation to keep up.
- Only church wine was produced but Schreiner soon included other wines and brandy.
- At the drinks cabinet a beaming middle aged man and his wife are handing out viciously strong plum brandy.
- Armenia's wine industry specializes in the production of strong wines and brandy.
- A day in advance, put the citrus zests, juice, sherry and brandy in a bowl to soak.
- Add the cider, wine and brandy with the raspberries and thinly sliced bananas and serve.
- He sat down in the chair before his table, which was covered in maps and a bottle of brandy.
- Serve it at the end of a special meal instead of brandy or grappa.
- In a hotel lobby at Marble Arch, I drank brandy with Brandy and she gave me advice
- Some are branching out from eaux-de-vie and cognac-style brandies into the far larger market for vodka and whiskey.
- He spent the next dozen years making records and playing concerts in an alcoholic haze, drinking a bottle of brandy a day.
- La Mare Vineyard is the island's only vineyard, and it does a wide range of wine and apple brandy.
- The assortments were soaked in brandy, whisky and rum to give it the real taste.
- The awards went to the best Bulgarian wines, brandies and wine brandies.
- Not a few footballers had the same idea, consuming a large whisky or brandy to give themselves a jag for the game.
- When he was questioned he said he had consumed a bottle of brandy and a bottle of wine.
- Today the West leads the nation in producing flavorful and innovative fruit brandies, liqueurs, and fortified wines.
- For after your meal, Palinka is a common apricot brandy with more spirit than fruit, but one won't kill you.
- Alcohol, usually brandy, is sometimes mixed into the batter for rich fruit cakes before baking.
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