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noun as in brandy

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noun as in liqueur

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While brandy can be made all over the world, Cognac is only made in France, in limited quantities.

From Quartz

Trey Lamont, the owner Jerk Shack in Seattle, said chicken prices have more than doubled and he can’t get Hennessy or other cognacs.

He makes a 19th-century-style raspberry shrub for Roosevelt Punch, a drink made with cognac, Madeira, Jamaican rum, cold brew, and raspberry shrub, inspired by a punch that Theodore Roosevelt served at a party in 1902.

From Eater

Americans may be known to love a cold beer, but lots of them are also sipping champagne or cognac as they ride out the pandemic.

From Quartz

From cognac to bourbon, rye to añejo tequila, many of our beloved spirits spend years aging in wooden casks.

The cognac, an effort by the Georgian vintners to replicate the traditional French liquor, is valued at $1400 for a single bottle.

He also smokes copious amounts of weed mooched off his friends and makes miracles by turning water into cognac.

He replied, “Oh, I had six bottles of wine and three bottles of cognac.”

Bandar bin Sultan smoked fine cigars and drank finer Cognac.

Lachaume, the painter, and I were chatting at one of its little tables, he over an absinthe and I over a coffee and cognac.

He tried the captain, but that worthy seaman was sleeping like a hog, and the cognac was running in slavers from his mouth.

As every cup was well flavored with cognac, it made all their faces red, and confused their ideas still more.

The Roman Catholics, advancing, laid siege to Cognac, confident of easy success.

I suggested that it was a very trying trip, and asked her if she would allow me to offer her some of my cognac.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cognac, such as: whiskey, marc, aqua vitae, and eau de vie.

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