Courvoisier


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Cour·voi·si·er

(kūr-vwah-sē-ā'),
Ludwig G., French surgeon, 1843-1918. See: Courvoisier law, Courvoisier sign, Courvoisier gallbladder.
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Parkway has agreed to form a joint venture with a foreign capital source, with Parkway retaining a 20% interest in Courvoisier Centre, as well as property management and leasing for the joint venture.
After an introduction of a cocktail comprising of Courvoisier VS, lemonade, orange wheels and sprigs of mint, the palate was refreshed and ready for the off.
Courvoisier intends for consumers to drink the 36 proof Courvoisier Rose alone, as opposed to blending with juice or other mixers, as cognac drinkers sometimes do.
Courvoisier has also begun unifying the look of all its brands, starting with a new label design for its VS.
For one glass: 25ml Courvoisier VS, 15ml Campari, 90ml cider or perry, (optional lemonade top, 20ml).
The premium own-label pudding has been allowed to mature for six months in Courvoisier VS Cognac and Clarke said the [pounds sterling]200,000 investment was already reaping rewards.
The product comprises a sweet shortcrust pastry base, layered with rhubarb compote followed by a rich, creamy custard infused with COURVOISIER at 60% ABV.
COURVOISIER was chosen because it adds credibility and fits well with the top tier positioning of the product.
Nina Cliff is celebrating after being named in the media category of the Courvoisier Future 500 - an exclusive list of individuals expected to play a key role in their respective sectors.
MIAMI, FL: Tishman Speyer has acquired Courvoisier Centre--a Class A, two-building, 335,000 s/f mixed use office property on Brickell Key in Miami, Florida--from Florida Office Property Company.
Young revellers are trying to emulate idols such as Busta Rhymes whose song Pass the Courvoisier has become a club anthem.
So when he and pianist Sylvie Courvoisier begin their performance at the Shedd Concert Hall on Wednesday night, the audience will be in for something new.