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Dust-covered prospectors from North America and Europe quaffed expensive brandy in Ulaanbaatar’s plush nightclubs.
This translates to “with wine,” but all manner of spirits, such as rum and brandy, are used.
You can even try an eau de vie, an unaged brandy made with the same fruit as the liqueur.
If you booze you lose… heatAt some point in your lifetime of watching cartoons, you’ve probably seen a Saint Bernard dog with a little cask of brandy hanging under his neck.
Menus will feature new cocktails such as the Fruitcake Flip—brandy, Jamaican overproof rum, amaretto, and fruitcake—and the On Dasher, made from bourbon, mezcal, sweet vermouth, and spiced hibiscus.
He started a guerilla campaign against the obsession with the aid of the brandy bottle.
In this case, never leave home without a straw-covered bottle of brandy, and another of camphor, in your carpet-bag.
You can never know, when you place wine or brandy before your guests, whom you may be tempting to utter ruin.
Perhaps it was in the bottle of brandy that the peril lay; perhaps—but why speculate further!
THE STAIRCASE AT THE HEARTS DELIGHTANNA KATHARINE GREEN (MRS. CHARLES ROHLFS)
Vile aniseed brandy—liquid fire—was sold cheap, and many a man who began the day cool and sober ended it as a raving madman.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN

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