liqueur

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İngilizce - Türkçe
likör

Umeshu erikten yapılmış bir Japon likörüdür. - Umeshu is a Japanese liqueur made from plums.

O bir bardak liköre hayır demeyecek. - He won't say no to a glass of liqueur.

alkollü ve tatlı içki
(Gıda) meyve brendisi
(isim) likör
liqueur glass
(Gıda) likör bardağı
liqueur store
Alkollü içki ve tütün mamulleri satan dükkan
liqueur license
içki ruhtası
İngilizce - İngilizce
A flavored alcoholic beverage that is usually very sweet and contains a high percentage of alcohol. Cordials are a type of liqueur manufactured using the infusion process as opposed to the essence and distillation processes
an alcoholic cordial sweetened and flavored with aromatic substances
A sweet alcoholic drink usually served after a meal Liqueurs are usually flavored with aromatic ingredients such as nuts, fruits, flowers, or spices, and are frequently used in baked desserts and dessert sauces
{i} sweetened and flavored alcoholic liquor
A liqueur is a strong alcoholic drink with a sweet taste. You drink it after a meal. liqueurs such as Grand Marnier and Kirsch. small glasses of liqueur. A liqueur is a glass of liqueur. `What about a liqueur with your coffee?' suggested the waitress. a sweet, very strong alcoholic drink, drunk in small quantities after a meal liquor (liquor; LIQUOR). Liquor produced by combining a base spirit, usually brandy, with flavourings and sugar syrup. Alcohol content ranges from 24% to 60% by volume, and flavourings include fruits, nuts, herbs, spices, and such ingredients as coffee and chocolate. Liqueurs were probably first produced commercially by medieval monks and alchemists. Sweet and containing ingredients that promote digestion, they are popular as after-dinner drinks and are also used in mixed drinks and dessert dishes. Varieties include apricot liqueur, crème de menthe (mint-flavoured), curaçao (with green orange peel, from Curaçao), and proprietary brands such as Bénédictine (an herb liqueur), Grand Marnier (an orange liqueur from France's Cognac region), Irish Mist (flavoured with Irish whiskey and honey), and Kahlúa (coffee-flavoured)
Liqueurs originated in the 1500's People felt that spirits were too powerful back then The idea was to soften the harsh and aggressive flavors of crude rustic spirits Liqueurs are produced worldwide
A flavored alcoholic beverage usually highly sweetened and containing a high amount of alcohol. Cordials are a type of liqueur manufactured using the infusion process as opposed to the essence and distillation processes
a class of spirit that is usually sweet and often served after dinner It is produced by either mixing or redistilling spirits with natural ingredients such as fruits, plants, flowers, or chocolate Sugar must be at least 2 5% of the contents by weight
Sweet alcoholic beverages flavored with fruits, herbs, or spices, usually served after dinner Some, such as Amaretto and Grand Marnier, are useful as flavorings in desserts
strong highly flavored sweet liquor usually drunk after a meal
A sweet, alcoholic after-dinner drink, also known as a cordial
Any of various strongly flavored alcoholic beverages typically served in small quantities after dinner
Class of spirit that is normally sweet and often served after dinners It is produced by either mixing or redistilling spirits with natural ingredients, such as fruits, plants, flowers, or chocolate Sugar must be at least 2½% of the contents by weight
Sweet alcoholic beverages flavored with fruits, herbs or spices, usually served after dinner Some, such as Amaretto and Grand Marnier, are useful as flavorings in desserts
An aromatic alcoholic cordial
liqueur glass
a small glass for serving a small amount of liqueur (typically after dinner)
coffee liqueur
A liqueur with coffee, such as Tia Maria or Kahlua
coffee liqueur
coffee-flavored liqueur
liqueurs
plural of liqueur
orange liqueur
liqueur flavored with orange
liqueur