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LEATHER
INGREDIENTS
ICE
RUM
ORANGE JUICE
TWIST
LIME
SHAKE
STRAIN
RED BERRIES
RICH TEXTURE
TOBACCO
PIPE TOBACCO
CHERRY COLA
COLA
CHERRY JUICE
CHERRIES
LEMON SLICE
LEMON SLICES
BERRIES
BERRY
SPICE FLAVORS
SUPPLE TEXTURE
BALANCED
SOFT TANNINS
WALNUT
CASSIS
SPICY OAK
FULL-BODIED
BERRY FLAVORS
ORANGE SLICE
RED CHERRY
VIOLETS
BLUEBERRY
DON CHERRY
CHERRY AMES
COCKTAIL GLASS
CHERRY BRANDY
BLACK CURRANTS
BLACK CURRANT
HINT
HINTS
NOSE
BLACK CHERRY
CURRANTS
CURRANT
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Definitions

  1. Cherry is an elegant, multi-colored hardwood.
  2. Cherry is an elegant, multi-colored hardwood, which may contain small knots and pin holes. (Web site)
  3. Cherry was the part-owner and the former coach of the Ontario Hockey League 's Mississauga IceDogs. (Web site)
  4. Cherry, the Head Writer, who had been working part-time on the show in season two, took a larger role in developing and producing season three.
  5. Cherry was fired by the Bruins after a critical coaching mistake during a 1979 playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens. (Web site)

Leather

  1. Flavour: Cherry, strawberry, plum, violet, beetroot, mint, smoke, cinnamon; mature examples also tea, leather, brown sugar, mushroom, even barnyard.
  2. Youthful and inviting, this Pinot Noir displays lovely aromas of raspberry, cherry and plum as well as hints of rose and leather.

Ingredients

  1. Pour all ingredients (except orange slice and cherry) into a collins glass over ice cubes. (Web site)
  2. Build ingredients on rocks in a highball glass.  Shake ingredients and return to glass.  Garnish with a cherry.
  3. Combine all ingredients (except for the cherry) in an electric blender and blend at a low speed for five seconds, then blend at a high speed until firm. (Web site)

Ice

  1. Mix all ingredients (except tonic water, orange slice, cherry, and mint) in a shaker or blender with ice. (Web site)
  2. Mix in a glass filled with ice and garnish with a cherry.
  3. To garnish, throw a cherry on top of the ice and place an orange slice on the side of the glass. (Web site)

Rum

  1. A delicious recipe for Zombie #3, with lemon juice, grenadine syrup, orange juice, cherry heering, white rum, dark rum and 151 proof rum.
  2. Some bars even use Pop Shoppe pop as a mix in alcoholic drinks, such as Black Cherry and vodka, Lime Rickey and gin, and rum and Pineapple. (Web site)
  3. Pour the rum and cherry brandy into an old-fashioned glass almost filled with ice cubes.

Orange Juice

  1. Fill glass with Orange Juice, garnish with Orange and Cherry, and serve. (Web site)
  2. While the cherry remains, and is many children’s favorite part about the Shirley Temple, most modern versions of the drink don’t include orange juice. (Web site)
  3. Fill one 16oz glass half full of vodka, add orange juice, stir, and add a cherry. (Web site)

Twist

  1. Twist an orange peel above glass and add, or garnish with a cherry.
  2. Pour into highball glass filled with cracked ice.Garnish with a twist of lemon peel and a cherry. (Web site)
  3. Strain into a tumbler or Martini glass, and garnish with a twist of lemon or a maraschino cherry if using sweet vermouth. (Web site)

Lime

  1. It can be mixed with flavored syrup, with common flavors including lemon, peach, raspberry, lime, and cherry. (Web site)
  2. I was most partial to the orange, cherry and lime, hated root beer and cream.
  3. Garnish with a maraschino cherry and a slice of lime. (Web site)

Shake

  1. Pour kool-aid into a jug, add vodka and rum, 1 pouch of kool-aid (cherry or orange), cover and shake. (Web site)
  2. Stir or shake the banana liqeur, cherry brandy, amaretto and malibu in a glass or mixer half full with ice and 2 ounces of pineapple juice. (Web site)
  3. Shake well, strain into a cocktail glass, and garnish with a maraschino cherry.

Strain

  1. How to make: Combine ingredients in a shaker with ice, strain into a martini glass, and garnish with a cherry.
  2. Shake all ingredients (except cherry) with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. (Web site)
  3. Shake all ingredients (except cherry) with ice and strain into a collins glass over several ice cubes.

Red Berries

  1. Red berries and cherry fill the palate, with some pepper, and lead to a medium length, slightly herbal finish. (Web site)
  2. Among wines from warm-climate areas, scents of cassis (blackcurrant) are one of the most characteristic aromas, followed by cherry and other red berries.

Rich Texture

  1. This wine has a big, spicy Cabernet Sauvignon nose, dark fruit flavors of blackberry and cherry, rich texture, pretty oak, and balanced acidity. (Web site)
  2. Delicate strawberries, sour cherry and floral flavors are wrapped in a rich texture with crisp acidity, to keep it refreshing.

Tobacco

  1. Merlot. Herbal, cherry, raspberry, plum, eucalyptus, cedar, bell pepper, nut, chocolate, raisin, tobacco. (Web site)
  2. Sangiovese-Med; Sweet and sour, dark cherry, tobacco, earthy, almond, herbs, tea. (Web site)
  3. The 2005 Masi "Costasera" Amarone ($60) displays dried fruit aromas, but on the palate it"s lively and dry, with cherry and a hint of tobacco. (Web site)

Pipe Tobacco

  1. These twists are not mixed with lime although they may be flavored with whiskey, rum, cherry or other flavors common to pipe tobacco. (Web site)
  2. Hints of pipe tobacco, toast and sage seem to peek out from the black cherry fruit. (Web site)

Cherry Cola

  1. Aromas of dark chocolate-covered cherry, dusty blueberry, blackberry, cherry cola and freshly dug earth. (Web site)
  2. The dry finish lingers with hints of cherry cola and your last great kiss. (Web site)
  3. This Lodi Zin exhibits notes of sweet blackberry, cherry cola, nutmeg and pie spices. (Web site)

Cola

  1. The taste is mellow and unusual, not at all like cherry cola or cherry 7UP - more like cream soda with cherries added.
  2. My tasting notes: Aromas of butterscotch, caramel, candied oranges, apricot kernel, chocolate, cherry cola, licorice, crème brulee, and bourbon barrel. (Web site)
  3. In the mouth it is juicy with cherry cola and chocolate flavors, and hints of vanilla. (Web site)

Cherry Juice

  1. In a small container, combine reserved cherry juice and cornstarch; mix until smooth, then stir into cherry mixture. (Web site)
  2. Just before serving, stir in the ginger ale and cherry juice.
  3. Combine ice, vodka, and cherry juice in a cocktail shaker; shake vigorously. (Web site)

Cherries

  1. Cherry Liqueur or Cherry Brandy Syrup from a can of cherries in heavy syrup, or cherry Italian soda Syria or cherry preserves.
  2. Cherry juice concentrate is made by first juicing the cherries and then concentrating the juice to 68 brix.
  3. Cherry Brandy is a fruit brandy made from cherries.

Lemon Slice

  1. Pour over a highball glass filled with ice and garnish with a lemon slice and maraschino cherry. (Web site)
  2. Shake with cracked ice, serve with lemon slice and cherry. (Web site)
  3. Strain over ice and decorate with a lemon slice and cherry.

Lemon Slices

  1. Stir well. Garnish with the cherry and the orange and lemon slices.

Berries

  1. If you want real sweet, go with berries wines like blackberry, raspberry, loganberry, cherry, pear, etc.
  2. Like Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc often exhibits flavors of black cherry, currant and berries but is less acidic and lighter bodied. (Web site)
  3. This soft, sumptuous wine has flavors of berries, almonds, raisins and spicy black cherry.

Berry

  1. Weimax wine buyer Weisl says it's a store favorite, and no wonder, with its flavors of cherry, berry, earth and spice.
  2. There's a lot of oak in the flavor but also much of what I like about zinfandel: berry, cherry, bittersweet chocolate and a little pepper.
  3. Polyphemus sings: "O ruddier than the cherry, O sweeter than the berry, O nymph more bright Than moonshine night, Like kidlings blithe and merry.

Spice Flavors

  1. They are ypically characterized by cherry and spice flavors, sometimes with hints of violet, and sometimes even slightly nutty. (Web site)
  2. A dry, dark wine that comes in root beer, mocha, cherry pie, blackberry tea, and spice flavors.

Supple Texture

  1. Sangiovese: This varietal is known for its supple texture, medium to full-bodied spice flavors, raspberry, cherry and anise.
  2. Cherry and blackberry fruit flavors are complemented by a round, supple texture that coats your mouth with a long, enticing finish.
  3. Black cherry, spice, pepper, tar & leather with smooth tannins & supple texture make this wine a growing favorite. (Web site)

Balanced

  1. In the mouth it is quite smooth, and well balanced, with flavors of cherry and minerals.
  2. Well balanced and smooth with a bouquet of cherry and plum.
  3. Thoroughly balanced from end to end, with black cherry, plum, raspberry, chocolate, and just the perfect complement of French oak.

Soft Tannins

  1. Alsace Pinot Noir is a light, fresh wine revealing flavours of cherry, raspberry and blackberry, and soft tannins. (Web site)
  2. In the mouth the wine is juicy with wild cherry and strawberry jam flavors finishing with good acidity and soft tannins.
  3. In the mouth the cherry fruit envelops your senses with soft tannins and savory herbs. (Web site)

Walnut

  1. Materials contrasting in color and grain, such as oak, walnut, cherry, lime, pine, maple etc. (Web site)
  2. Plants and trees such as the palm, magnolia, chestnut, walnut, apple, pear, cherry, and almond grow in the lowlands and on the Swiss plateau. (Web site)
  3. There are aromas of black cherry, cassis, walnut and black tea.

Cassis

  1. Aromas of cassis, black cherry and roasted coffee open to flavors of dark cherries, cocoa and black licorice.
  2. Primary flavors of cherry, black raspberry and cassis dominate the lively, even juicy body of the wine. (Web site)
  3. The palate is rich, sweet and chewy focused on the front and middle palate with flavors of black cherry, cassis and black olive.

Spicy Oak

  1. A big powerful brute of a wine with spicy oak, cherry and boysenberry fruit, orange-infused spices and big rich ripe tannins. (Web site)
  2. A supple, well balanced blend, that is full bodied, velvety in texture, and long on the finish, tasting of cherry, toast, roasted nut, pepper, and spicy oak. (Web site)
  3. Bruce Wayne Briana's Blend is deep ruby red in color, full-bodied with rich flavors of blackberry, black cherry, plum, vanilla, and spicy oak.

Full-Bodied

  1. Full-bodied, rich, and dry it combines cherry and raspberry flavors with a rustic earthiness.
  2. It is full-bodied and intense, with cherry and herbal flavours, and tends to have a lot of tannins.
  3. This medium to full-bodied, dry wine is dark cherry in color with ruby-garnet highlights. (Web site)

Berry Flavors

  1. Medium-bodied and supple, with ripe black cherry and berry flavors that meld with dusty cocoa, mint, fresh herb and cedar accents. (Web site)
  2. A caressing red, full of silky, sweet cherry and berry flavors and smoke.

Orange Slice

  1. Pour amaretto over ice add orange juice and grenadine into highball glass and garnish with an orange slice and a cherry.
  2. Stir, then top with a dash of grenadine and garnish with an orange slice and a cherry.
  3. Shake and pour into an old-fashioned glass, and garnish with an orange slice and a cherry.

Red Cherry

  1. It is sleek, polished and very flavorful on the palate, with fine zest and well defined flavors of red currant, red cherry, rose, cinnamon and vanilla.
  2. First, intense aromas of raspberry and red cherry completed by hints of Earl Grey tea and graphite.
  3. The wine offers many layers, featuring aromas and flavors of red cherry, blackberry and fresh sage with an underlying dry creek dustiness. (Web site)

Violets

  1. Typically medium- to full-bodied with cherry, violets, black licorice, truffles, and rich, chewy, deep and long-lasting flavors. (Web site)
  2. This purple-colored wine has an expressive bouquet of violets, spice box, leather, game, blueberry, and black cherry.
  3. The winery boasts the flagship red wine, Rubicon 2000, that's incredibly dense and viscous, with complex flavors of violets, sour cherry and blueberry. (Web site)

Blueberry

  1. Cherry, blueberry, dark chocolate and a touch of pepper on the nose. (Web site)
  2. For those who like desserts, fruit salads sweet Riesling, or berry wines (strawberry, cherry, raspberry, blueberry) are recommended.
  3. Bright, fresh fruit aromas of cherry, raspberry, and blueberry fill the glass.

Don Cherry

  1. This is particularly obvious in Cherry 's case; abstracted from his contexts, Don Cherry 's style was in a real sense grounded in bebop. (Web site)
  2. Don Cherry and Ornette Coleman encouraged Pepper to reflect his roots and heritage and incorporate it into his jazz playing and composition. (Web site)
  3. The Bruins, coached by Don Cherry, were leading late in the game when they were called for having two many men on the ice. (Web site)

Cherry Ames

  1. Cherry Ames, Chief Nurse (1944): Still an Army Nurse, Cherry is promoted to chief nurse and organizes a hospital on a Pacific island.

Cocktail Glass

  1. Shake all ingredients (except cherry) with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. (Web site)
  2. Blend with ice and strained in to the cocktail glass and garnish with a slice of lime and red cherry. (Web site)
  3. Shake with ice and strain into cocktail glass that has had its rim moistened with cherry brandy and dipped into powdered sugar. (Web site)

Cherry Brandy

  1. Pour the gin, cherry brandy, lemon juice, strawberry syrup, grenadine and pineapple juice into a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes.
  2. Shake juice of lemon and cherry brandy with ice and strain into a highball glass over two ice cubes. (Web site)
  3. Place ice, gin, cherry brandy and lemon juice in shaker; mix well.

Black Currants

  1. It offers an attractive bouquet of cedar, tobacco, damp earth, black cherry, red currants, and black currants.
  2. Depending on where it is grown it may smell of cassis and black currants or black cherry and red currants.
  3. Aromas of red and black currants carry through in the mouth, augmented by black cherry, plum and subtle oak. (Web site)

Black Currant

  1. Merlot wines are medium to dark red in color, rich and fruity, with characteristics of black currant, cherry and mint. (Web site)
  2. Typical aromas characterize the terroirs of Cahors: violet, menthol, truffle, black currant, cherry, licorice and vanilla. (Web site)
  3. The palate displays black currant and mint from the cab with suggestions of cherry, blackberry and earthy overtones contributed by the Shiraz.

Hint

  1. You'll note that this Tempranillo also has a hint of clove, along with aromas and flavors of cherry and raspberry.
  2. This juicy Merlot has bright fruit flavours of cherry and plum with a hint of spice, likely from 18 months the wine was in barrel.
  3. Up against walnut-encrusted scallops, the wine showed a hint of cherry and strawberry and a delicate dry, pleasant finish. (Web site)

Hints

  1. The sweet and tart flavors of ripe, red cherry and cranberry are accented by hints of vanilla, earth and spice. (Web site)
  2. Fruity, more of cherry than cassis, with hints of toast, coffee and dark chocolate.
  3. Bel Arbor Merlot 4.50, 12.95 Soft and rich with flavors of plum and cherry with hints of coffee and light herbal-mint varietal characteristics. (Web site)

Nose

  1. Our Vineyard Selection Cabernet Sauvignon has lush flavors of cherry and plum, with hints of cedar and violets in the nose.
  2. The nose is floral and full with fruity scents of golden apple, white peach, and scents of cherry and blackberry, with hints of vanilla. (Web site)
  3. My notes: deep red color, aromas of black cherry on the nose, earthy on the palate with notes of coffee on the finish. (Web site)

Black Cherry

  1. Its fruity flavors have been described as cherry, black cherry, black currant (cassis), and raspberry.
  2. Wines exhibit raspberry, blackberry, boysenberry, cranberry, black cherry, plum, licorice, spice, cinnamon, black pepper and earth. (Web site)
  3. Aromas of cloves, nutmeg, black licorice and candied fruit and flavours of black cherry and blackberry with hints of spice and warm oak.

Currants

  1. Tasting Note: The wine is very dark in color with a classic 'old world' nose of currants, berries, tobacco, black pepper and cherry blossoms.
  2. Aromas of dark plum, black cherry, currants, as well as cedar and a hint of earthiness are characteristic of this wine.
  3. Mouth-filling flavors of cherry and currants are laced with hints of cigar box and dried herbs.

Currant

  1. It tastes of currant, cherry, and raisin, with aromatic spice of black pepper, menthol, and licorice.
  2. It is often spicy with flavors of currant and cherry.
  3. Premium Merlot wines are medium to dark red and have the fruity flavors of cherry, currant, black pepper, licorice, black olives, and nuances of vanilla. (Web site)

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