A liqueur, or cordial, flavored with the peel from the sour orange, and sometimes with cinnamon and mace; -- first made at the island of Curaçcao.
a liqueur made with wine or grape spirit, sugar and peel from oranges grown on the island of Curacao. The most common colour is white, but it is also available in orange, red, green and blue.
Liqueur made of a sour orange, originally form the Netherlands and named after one of the islands in the Dutch Antilles. Originally colorless, but best know in Blue color, while also available in green or pink. Adds a special taste to the cocktails.
An orange-flavoured liqueur.
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flavored with sour orange peel
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Generic term for liqueur made from the dried skins of small green bitter curaçao oranges. Curaçao may be blue, white, or orange in color. The taste is the same for all three.
A liqueur made from Curacao orange peels which are grown in the West Indian Island of Curacao, comes in blue, orange, green, and clear.
a cordial flavored with the peel of the sour orange, used frequently in preparing cocktails and tropical drinks. White curacao contains no added color; the colored varieties such as blue and orange, of course, do.
(alc. 35-40%) Orange liqueur, generally clear or amber but sometimes comes in other colours. Originally using the peels of Curaçao oranges from the Dutch island of the same name. Today synonymous with Triple Sec.
An orange-flavored liqueur.
A cordial made of dried orange peels. It comes from the Dutch West Indies.
To replace 2 tablespoons of liqueur, use 2 tablespoons of orange juice concentrate or 2 tablespoons of orange juice with 1/2 teaspoon of orange extract.
An orange liqueur made from the peels of green oranges from the island of Curaçao.