In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1whisky masculine(esp escocés) güisqui masculine
- We take our water and mix it with malted barley or grain to make a drink called whisky.
- Maymond later told officers he had had six cans of lager, a bottle of whisky and had smoked a joint.
- One night Stephens mixed a vast quantity of sleeping pills with a bottle of whisky.
- He took a sip of the whiskey as a waiter placed a tray of appetizers on their table.
- I found the only thing that numbed the pain was whisky, so I began drinking a bottle a day.
- A single blended brand can contain as many as 75 different straight whiskies and neutral spirits.
- They do have some local beers and whisky and a range of soft drinks and juices, however.
- J&B Rare contains around 40 whiskies including the single malts Knockando and Tamdhu.
- Vintner receipts show he bought dozens of bottles of cognac and a similar amount of whisky.
- She knew when her father came in and she smelled the whiskey that this had to happen tonight.
- Staff gave her a choice of gin, vodka or whisky, before she was given two cupfuls to drink immediately.
- He did not follow a strict diet but cut out beer, whisky and cakes for the 40 days of Lent.
- The winner will be decided on Sunday and sent a gallon bottle of Famous Grouse whisky.
- Food-wise you can order Thai green curries or braised shank of lamb while the drinks, though pricey, run the gamut from fine cognacs and whiskeys to classic Martinis and shots.
- Orkney's Highland Park whisky has come out top in a competition run by Whisky Magazine.
- He went to the bar and ordered a whiskey for him and a screwdriver for her.
- Vodka, though, continues to be the spirit of the hour, outselling gin and close to whisky.
- She found a girl lying on a pile of clothes with a bottle of whisky in her hand.
- The vodka and whisky is flowing and it's just about time to chill out on the sofa with a good film.
- Over a whiskey in the bar at the Hilton Hotel in Wilmington we chatted about music.
- My excessive nerves were rewarded with a hip flask and a half bottle of whisky.
- Drinks range from fine rums and whiskies to brandy, while art works and coffee table books add to an ambience of exclusive sophistication.
- When they returned home they took bottles of whisky and vodka back with them and another row ensued.
- They had spent part of the evening with him at a local man's home where the host had produced a bottle of whisky.
- Some of this will be directed towards America, which is set to become the largest export market for Irish whiskey in 2004.
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