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li·queur

(li-kĕr'),
A cordial; a spirit containing sugar and aromatics.
[Fr.]
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li·queur

(li-kur)
A cordial; a spirit containing sugar and aromatics.
[Fr.]
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"This is my kitchen," Darrol says, spreading his arms along the shiny bar in front of endless bottles of every spirit and liquer imaginable.
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The portions of food served up ranged from ample to generous and the total price, including tea for two and an Amaretto Liquer, came to a very reasonable pounds 40.85.
The booze, marked Sandy MacDonald Special Liquer Scotch - Leith, was shipped to Canada in 1911.
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The Glenavon Special Liquer Whisky was distilled and bottled in Ballindalloch in Banffshire, Scotland, in the 1850s but no one knows how it came to be in Ireland.
Elderly drinkers were not in mind when new ads for the liquer were unveiled last year.
Instead they caught thousands of bottles of Carolans Irish Cream Liquer from the bottom of the ocean.
The makers of the pink liquer say it is "liquid candy with a kick".
now that Lorenzo Amoruso has revealed he once drank gallons of Irish cream liquer, wouldn't it be nice if the Rangers fans welcomed him on to the Pittodrie pitch this afternoon with a quick chorus of "Hello, Hello, We are the Baileys Boys"?