Aguardiente

(Spanish) distilled liquor

Aguardiente

Aguardiente aɣwarˈðjente pattar paˈcar, aiguardent ajɣwərˈðen, augardente awɣaɾˈðente, aguardente aɣwɐɾˈðẽt(ɨ)) is a generic term for alcoholic beverages that contain between 29% and 60% alcohol by volume. The word is a compound word that combines the words in Latin-based languages for `water` (agua in Spanish; aigua in Catal.....
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Aguardiente

• (n.) A inferior brandy of Spain and Portugal. • (n.) A strong alcoholic drink, especially pulque.
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Aguardiente

A`guar·di·en'te noun [ Spanish , contr. of agua ardiente burning water (L. aqua water + ardens burning).] 1. A inferior brandy of Spain and Portugal. 2. A strong alcoholic drink, especially pulque. [ Mexico and Spanish America.]
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Aguardiente

Aguardiente is a popular spirituous beverage of Spain and Portugal, a kind of coarse brandy, made from red wine, from the refuse of the grapes left in the wine-press, etc, generally flavoured with anise.
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Aguardiente

See Orujos.
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aguardiente

Spanish name (agua = water, ardiente = burning, burning water) for spirits between 40 to 45% vol alcohol content, These may be fires from different raw materials such as cereals, fruits, seeds or wine. In Colombia, it will be accompanied by a lower alcoholic brandy anise and sugarcane understood. The best quality Weinbrände come from the Sherry ar...
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aguardiente

Spanish or Portuguese brandy
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