alcoholic distillates

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  • Medieval cuisine — A group of travelers sharing a simple meal of bread and drink; Livre du roi Modus et de la reine Ratio, 14th century. Medieval cuisine includes the foods, eating habits, and cooking methods of various European cultures during the Middle Ages, a… …   Wikipedia

  • ardent — (adj.) early 14c., of alcoholic distillates, brandy (ardent spirits), etc., from O.Fr. ardant (13c.) burning, hot; zealous, from L. ardentem (nom. ardens) glowing, fiery, hot, ablaze, also used figuratively of passions, prp. of ardere to burn,… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Metaxa — Seven Star in its characteristic amphora bottle Metaxa (Greek: Μεταξά) is a Greek distilled spirit invented by Spyros Metaxas in 1888. It is a blend of brandy and wine made from sun dried Savatiano, Sultana and Blac …   Wikipedia

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  • Aqua vitae — (Latin, “water of life”) is an archaic name for a concentrated aqueous solution of ethanol. The term originated in the Middle Ages and was originally used as a generic name for all types of distillates. It eventually came to refer specifically to …   Wikipedia

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  • Okolehao — is an alcoholic spirit whose main ingredient is the root of the Ti plant. Okolehao is also called oke by the Native Hawaiians whose ancestors were the first to make it prior to contact with western explorers, missionaries, and seamen. Okolehao… …   Wikipedia

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