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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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COur wine columnist Jane Clare sampled all of the supermarkets' own bottles and added in well-known branded ones too, including Feeney's and Rum Chata Cream Liqueur.
with Jane Clare A CREAM liqueur is a snuggly comfort cushion as the cold winter wind whips around outside.
After he acquired the mint cake recipe 20 years ago, he used his mixing skills to create an alcoholic liqueur and has been selling it to his customers since.
Barrow's Intense Ginger Liqueur was a hobby before becoming a company.
Cynar, the artichoke-based bitter Italian liqueur, which is made from 13 herbs and plants, has become a bartender's favorite in recent years.
Also included are nearly a hundred recipes for cocktails that use the featured liqueur recipes: an invaluable addition many similar liqueur cookbooks omit
Drinks importer Babco Europe is rolling out Beaux Ice Tea Liqueur (rsp: [pounds sterling]12) to the off-trade nationally from 1 December, having tested the tipple regionally from July.
In a cocktail form, the liqueur can be mixed with Sprite, champagne or Brand Ambassador DJ Quik's favorite, pomegranate juice.
Top marks: |Aldi Specially Selected Irish Cream Liqueur
THIRD PLACE TasT te 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.
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.