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li·queur

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

li·queur

(li-kur)
A cordial; a spirit containing sugar and aromatics.
[Fr.]
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The cream liqueur category has been around a long time," he says.
Gin sippers and thoughtful gift givers can rejoice as Lidl UK's new Hortus Gin Liqueurs are back on shelves nationwide this week.
Wray silver rum, Chateau Arton Peche liqueur, Dolin Blanc vermouth, passion fruit-honey syrup and Boulder Blues and hibiscus petals sun tea, is one.
RumChata continues to grow both domestically and internationally and already makes up more than 16% of the cream liqueur category in the U.
The rise in demand for new flavors in liqueurs in one of the key merging trends in the global liqueurs market.
Mango Coconut Rum Cake, with its distinct flavor, has a touch of sweet mango and is infused with coconut rum liqueur glaze, creating a blend of flavors that will take you to the islands.
Naeem-ur-Rehman welcomed the decision of the SHC and said that liqueur is prohibited not only in Islam but Christianity and Hinduism as well.
Ingredients: Stolichnaya chocolate raspberry vodka, black raspberry liqueur, orange liqueur, fresh strawberry puree and chocolate sugar syrup.
Admittedly they're not industry experts, but girls who love a creamy liqueur - especially at Christmas.
We're not industry experts but we're typical girlies who love a creamy liqueur especially at Christmas.
Top marks: |Aldi Specially Selected Irish Cream Liqueur
THIRD PLACE Taste T the Difference Irish Cream Liqueur (PS10, down from PS12 until December 8, Sainsbury, 1 litre) ONE of the girls didn't like this at all - but it pulled back the points on the Ice Cube Test.