And what can be more striking than the far steeples and the mountains of tokay?
tokay was regarded at that time as a sort of elixir of life.
He thought it tasted far better than the Regent's cherry brandy, or the tokay at Brooks's.
Eleanore handed him the glass of tokay; her eyes glistened with tears.
At tokay the wine is only two shillings the bottle, and I have a great desire that you should taste some of it.
But I thought more of that tokay from Tekely's cellar than of anything else.
A fantastic little comment on the distinctive national drinks—Claret, tokay, and Beer.
He also produced several bottles of squang, the tokay of Atvatabar.
By the time the tokay was opened, the Major had grown very jolly, and he began to exchange jokes with the Governor and the rector.
It is more sparkling than champagne, sweeter than tokay—at least, one must pretend that it is.
1710, rich sweet wine from the region of Tokay (Hungarian Tokaj) a town in Hungary.