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APRICOT OIL
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APRICOT TREES
APRICOT KERNEL OIL
APRICOT BLOSSOMS
APRICOT STONES
APRICOT TONES
MALATYA
APRICOT JAM
RIPE APRICOT
APRICOT NECTAR
APRICOT PITS
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WHISKEY
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JASMINE
PETROL
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Definitions

  1. Apricot is another popular fruit that is often used in Austrian Schnaps (Marillenschnaps). (Web site)
  2. The apricot is virtually synonymous with the city of Malatya, where more than half Turkey's apricots are grown.

Round

  1. This wonderful, medium straw colored wine is elegant, complex and round, with a fine fruity bouquet (apricot, melon, and pear) and mild taste. (Web site)

Light

  1. They normally have a very fine texture and light, high-pitched aromatics (including budding vine flowers, white peach, dried apricot and orange peel). (Web site)

Golden

  1. The Rose: This rose revels in all kinds of weather with its cinnamon-apricot flowers that gently shift tempo to golden and blushed hues of apricot.

Distinctive

  1. Apricot, peach, pear, fig & lemon zest notes segue smoothly into a long, distinctive finish.

Characteristics

  1. Characteristics of Viognier include apricot, peach and other stone fruit flavors.

Herbs

  1. For starters, this bright, sunshiny white wine offers luscious scents of dried pineapple, apricot, and herbs.

Ingredients

  1. Ingredients: Luxury black tea, Natural dried papaya and apricot, Blackberry leaves, Sunflower & Calendula petals.

Variety

  1. Moonstone is a variety of albite feldspar and occur colorless, white, blue-white,and pale shades of peach and apricot. (Web site)

Shades

  1. The English Mastiff's coat is short and dense and comes in shades of apricot, silver fawn or dark fawn-brindle, all with darker muzzle, ears and nose.

Barack

  1. Pálinka or barack (apricot brandy) is a typical liqueur.

Blend

  1. Prior to maturing, coconuts are green, yellow, bronze, apricot color, or a blend of these colors, depending on variety.

Black

  1. Schnoodle colors include black, white, brown, grey and apricot.

Brindle

  1. The American Mastiff coat colors are fawn, apricot or brindle.

Sweet Apple

  1. Mezza Corona Pinot Grigio 2003 (Italy) *** 302380 $13.10 An attractive fruity wine (peaches, apricot, sweet apple) with good acid balance.

Apricot Oil

  1. Amaretto is a delightful Italian liqueur made from apricot oil, almonds,.

Candied Apricot

  1. Showing typical botrytis characters of candied apricot, peach, pineapple and floral Riesling fruit.

Spice Aromas

  1. An early ripener, it produces delicate complex wines with peach, apricot, honey and spice aromas under the right conditions. (Web site)

Apricot Trees

  1. Behind these again, are some of the newer dwarf roses, and at the foot of the peach and apricot trees against the south wall are clumps of Iris stylosa. (Web site)

Apricot Kernel Oil

  1. Aromatherapy and essential oil use Aromatherapists use aloe vera by infusing the plant material into a base oil, such as almond or apricot kernel oil. (Web site)
  2. Apricot kernel oil, grapeseed oil, wheat germ oil, tocopheryl acetate & tocopherol (vitamin E), rosemary extract, beta-carotene, fragrance.

Apricot Blossoms

  1. The peach (in the North) and the apricot blossoms (in the South) are symbols of the Vietnamese Tet. (Web site)

Apricot Stones

  1. On the 4th of June, before leaving, Allan Cunningham planted some acorns and peach and apricot stones in honour of the King's birthday. (Web site)

Apricot Tones

  1. Recently, Australian Shiraz producers have started to add up to 4% Viognier to their Shiraz to add apricot tones to the wine's nose and palate.

Malatya

  1. In Turkey, the apricot is synonymous with Malatya. (Web site)
  2. This region of Malatya is best known for its apricot orchards. (Web site)

Apricot Jam

  1. Pure light white gold in color, with aromas of green fig, lemongrass, apricot jam, and bitter orange. (Web site)
  2. I assigned the bright side to APRICOT JAM WITH HONEY AND LEMON VERBENA, and it rocked my foundations.

Ripe Apricot

  1. A long, cool fermentation preserves the crispness of this wine and enhances the peach, ripe apricot & citrus flavors.
  2. Round, with ripe apricot and honeyed fruit, Roussanne also has acidity that allows it to age. (Web site)
  3. Viognier wines have wonderful aromas of ripe apricot and citrus and wonderfully rich texture.

Apricot Nectar

  1. Ice cubes or an ice ring can be made from some of the pineapple juice and apricot nectar.

Apricot Pits

  1. Amaretto - Liqueur made from apricot pits and herbs with an almond and vanilla taste.

Rich

  1. The wine generally exhibits a nutty overtone, complimented by rich apricot and dried fruit notes.
  2. The aromas alone are seductive and the taster derives great pleasure from simply smelling the rich apricot and honeysuckle perfume of a late harvest wine. (Web site)

Fruity Flavors

  1. Vignoles' luscious floral aroma and fruity flavors of pineapple and apricot are reminiscent of German Riesling. (Web site)

Whiskey

  1. Other less expensive brandies may be substituted, as well as Scotch or whiskey, or use peach, apricot or pear juice.
  2. Add apricot nectar, whiskey, apricot brandy and lemon juice; shake vigorously to blend and chill.

Fresh

  1. In Malatya, the apricot growing center of Turkey, it is possible to sample many delicious apricot confections as well as other fresh and dried fruit. (Web site)
  2. In Malatya, the apricot-growing center of Turkey, it is possibleto sample many delicious apricot confections as well as other fresh and dried fruits. (Web site)
  3. Peach Daiquiri - Using fresh or frozen peaches, lime juice, light rum, peach schnapps, apricot brandy, and a few other flavor enhancers.

Jasmine

  1. The hallmark of the VIOGNIER grape is the scent of spring blossom and jasmine and the rich flavours of apricot and peach. (Web site)

Petrol

  1. A floral nose of damp stone, honey, ripe fig and apricot with hints of petrol and forest floor. (Web site)

Flowers

  1. Aromas and flavors include apricot, peach, wet slate, minerals, flowers and petrol (when it's aged).
  2. Double flowers of apricot, dark-red cover the limbs of the flowering apricot, Matsubara Red. (Web site)

Sweet

  1. Wine Spectator, 94-97: "Dried apricot and citrus fruit aromas follow through to a full body, with a very sweet and intense palate.

Ginger

  1. Acacia Chardonnay Carneros Fresh aromas of pear, apricot and honey are supported by savory oats, ginger and nutmeg spice.
  2. Through the process, the wine developed seductive aromas of peach, apricot, ginger and buttered toast.

Taste

  1. The wine's real character is evident in the taste where semi-sweet fruit flavours of peach and apricot continue into a persistent finish.

Spicy

  1. Viognier - This rare varietal is known for its spicy, floral, citrus, apricot, apple and peach flavours.
  2. Gros Manseng does has thepotential to produce intensely flavored wines with high acidity, apricot and quince fruit along with spicy and floral notes.

Lime

  1. The wine tastes of lime, apricot and honey, and there was a slight whiff of celery salt (at least, at the beginning. (Web site)

Orange

  1. Deep orange and dark green fruits and vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach, carrots, and apricot, are rich sources of this vitamin. (Web site)
  2. Some bitters taste distinctively of their base ingredient (such as apricot, orange, or peach), and are named accordingly. (Web site)

Butter

  1. Serve the cheese puffs with butter and cheese, marmite or apricot jam.

Nutmeg

  1. We then add all natural apple and apricot flavors, nutmeg from Malaysia, allspice from Jamaica and star anise from China.
  2. Viognier: Peach, pear, nutmeg, apricot.

Vanilla

  1. Stir in apricot nectar and vanilla. (Web site)

Orange Juice

  1. Eat a fresh apple, apricot, prune or orange instead of drinking the apple, apricot, prune or orange juice.
  2. A enjoyable recipe for Stone Sour, with apricot brandy, orange juice and sweet and sour mix.

Cognac

  1. Combine the framboise, cognac, apricot brandy, orange and lemon slices, and sugar in a plastic container. (Web site)

Glass

  1. After some time in the glass, and as the wine warms just slightly, additional aromas of nutty vanilla, apricot, soft cherry and fine apple emerge. (Web site)
  2. A delicate yellow colour, tinged with the variety's typical 'green-gold' hue, it bursts out of the glass with apricot, peach and spice aromas. (Web site)

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