We went out to look at the oven; and then Mrs. Luckett made me taste her black-currant gin, which was very good.
This energetic organism chafed under the bed-clothes and the black-currant tea and the hushed eucalyptic calm of the chamber.
The evening is commonly called the 'Aalbessen (black-currant) hos.'
At seven he painted the Battle of Waterloo with tiger-lily pollen and black-currant juice, in the absence of water-colours.
He supported life on black-currant tea and an atmosphere impregnated with eucalyptus.
Generous jugs of cream softened the tartness of the black-currant pudding or the green-gooseberry tart.
Was black-currant rum a thing for a poor beggar like him to begin drinking—and on a weekday, too?
Talking of black-currant jelly—how beautiful the peaches were on the south wall!
Occasionally she sipped a cup of black-currant tea—an amiable weakness of this paragon when engaged upon her stirring labours.
Then she smiled quietly, and went off with her black-currant syrup, her lips closely compressed.