Culinary Crossword 2003-210 Beverages
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    1. Popular carbonated beverage.
    4. A polite drink.
    7. French syrup.
    8. The most robust of red Bordeaux wines, sometimes called masculine wine. (5,7)
    15. An important red Bordeaux wine.
    17. Hot or cold alcoholic drink containing beaten egg.
    18. An aromatic blackcurrant liqueur.
    19. "The milk of our Lady."
    22. Liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hot.
    23. Greek wine flavored with resin.
    24. Partly fermented grape juice.


    1. Tea.
    2. A city of northwest Italy southeast of Turin noted for its sparkling wines.
    3. Found in combination with:: water, oil, attar, hips.
    5. A Turkish brandy.
    6. Fermented alcoholic beverage similar to but heavier than beer.
    9. Part of Poe tale title.
    10. Wine, spiced with sugar, lemons and nutmeg, named for an English army officer who died in 1732.
    11. A Spanish city, grape, wine, and raisin.
    12. The original version of a British citrus drink. (5,6)
    13. Whiskey, bitters and sugar with fruit slices. (3,9)
    14. Sweet liqueur made from wine and brandy flavored with plum, peach or apricot kernels and/or almonds.
    16. A distilled French wine.
    20. Cheif ingredient of black bread.
    21. Booze slang adapted from the name of a small Alaskan Tlingit tribe, the Hutsnuwu.
    22. High, Irish or breakfast.
    23. Popular Caribbean alcoholic beverage.


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August 2011

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