Noun(1) distilled from wine or fermented fruit juice
(1) At the drinks cabinet a beaming middle aged man and his wife are handing out viciously strong plum brandy .(2) a bottle of brandy(3) La Mare Vineyard is the island's only vineyard, and it does a wide range of wine and apple brandy .(4) Not a few footballers had the same idea, consuming a large whisky or brandy to give themselves a jag for the game.(5) Add the cider, wine and brandy with the raspberries and thinly sliced bananas and serve.(6) In a hotel lobby at Marble Arch, I drank brandy with Brandy and she gave me advice(7) a glass of brandy(8) Only church wine was produced but Schreiner soon included other wines and brandy .(9) For after your meal, Palinka is a common apricot brandy with more spirit than fruit, but one won't kill you.(10) A day in advance, put the citrus zests, juice, sherry and brandy in a bowl to soak.(11) The assortments were soaked in brandy , whisky and rum to give it the real taste.(12) Armenia's wine industry specializes in the production of strong wines and brandy .(13) He spent the next dozen years making records and playing concerts in an alcoholic haze, drinking a bottle of brandy a day.(14) Alcohol, usually brandy , is sometimes mixed into the batter for rich fruit cakes before baking.(15) He sat down in the chair before his table, which was covered in maps and a bottle of brandy .(16) And unlike its cheap, nasty brandy competitors, cognac does have a reputation to keep up.
(1) cherry brandy :: olcha konyak
1. applejack ::
2. Armagnac ::
4. cognac ::
5. eau-de-vie ::
6. grappa ::
7. kirsch ::
8. marc ::
9. mirabelle ::
10. slivovitz ::
Different Formsbrandies, brandy, brandying
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