Armagnac, that underappreciated and fiery Gascon brandy, has a long history.
“For us, it is pretty far down on the list,” said x17 co-owner brandy Navarre, of the action in Aspen.
Serve it as is from the pot for kids; add a jigger of rum, brandy, or Calvados for the grownups.
Made with cachaça, a sugarcane brandy native to Brazil, and limes and sugar, this is the Brazilian national cocktail.
I drew inspiration from the French 75, a mix of Champagne and brandy.
Young brought the bucket, and McCloud pointed to the caskful of brandy.
When we reached his craft, he poured out a glass of brandy and offered it to me.
He is a firm believer in the efficacy of brandy to keep out the cold.
Put it warm into glass jars, and tie it up with brandy paper.
The traveller had been at the pains of going a long way up-stairs to his sleeping-room to fetch his pocket-flask of brandy.
1650s, abbreviation of brandywine (1620s) from Dutch brandewijn "burnt wine," so called because it is distilled (cf. German cognate Branntwein and Czech palenka "brandy," from paliti "to burn"). The Brandywine Creek in Pennsylvania, site of a Revolutionary War battle, supposedly so named by the Dutch for the color of its waters.