In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1licor masculinebefore noun liqueur chocolate — bombón de licor masculine
- liqueur glass — copa de licor
- He told David to experiment with honey in the manufacture of beer and wine, but he always seemed to find that the wine had a burnt smell, and tasted too sweet, like a liqueur.
- Spirits and liqueurs don't live indefinitely, but their deterioration is slow and slight, as you will know if you have a hoard of liqueur from Christmases past at the back of the cupboard.
- Certainly, but it is the amazing enterprise of a local family company which is one of the largest importers of spirits, wines and liqueurs into Jordan that was the prime mover.
- The more adventurous hobbyist can go beyond beer and wine and turn their hands to liqueurs or to spirits like gin.
- Even if it is horrible, it won't have cost much, as all drinks are no more than £1.85 tonight, and there's an extensive list of beers, spirits, liqueurs, shots, alcopops and wines to choose from.
- And some of the best ingredients to work with are cordials, liqueurs and schnapps.
- This new name will market a greatly enhanced portfolio of wines, champagnes, spirits, beers and liqueurs.
- And it doesn't end there - you also have to look at alcoholic drinks that are high in sugars like sweet wine, port, liqueurs and beer.
- The bar in the main room displays spirits, beers and liqueurs beneath a wooden platform but we like the cosy back bar where drinkers sit on soft cushions or recline on Persian carpets as if transported to a Middle Eastern bordello.
- Bottles for spirits and liqueurs have already been produced with distinctive finishes and a range of coloured stem glasses, vases and other glassware is under development.
- Brandy, cognac and liqueurs were also available on adjoining tables.
- This creamy, sweet whisky liqueur is more of a sipper with coffee than a glugger over ice.
- He also produces fruit royale liqueurs, lower in alcohol and made of pear, raspberry, and cherry wines fortified with eaux-de-vie, as well as a clear, potent, dry, fruity grappa.
- A liqueur is essentially a spirit base - such as rum, vodka or whisky - with added flavouring, such as fruit concentrates or herbs and spices.
- Seville orange segments or slices can be preserved in sweet syrup or alcohol, such as brandy, orange liqueur or vodka.
- Passion fruit also works marvelously with a wide range of spirits and liqueurs.
- Once inside, the teenagers were treated to a champagne reception followed by a three course meal with coffee and liqueurs.
- A number of licorice - flavored liqueurs such as anisette, pastis and ouzo are made with anise seed.
- Rosolio came to denote a whole class of cordials and liqueurs.
- The owner - who is more used to selling pizza slices and panini to his hungry customers - has tried his hand at mixing some fine concoctions with genuine spirits and liqueurs for an icy booze blast.
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