sweet grass

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Synonyms for sweet grass

any of several moisture-loving grasses of the genus Glyceria having sweet flavor or odor

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TIP OF THE MONTH ZUBROWKA wasn't allowed to be imported into America because a naturally-occurring chemical from the bison grass that goes into making the vodka is prohibited as a food additive by the U.
I've called it Bye-Sun Thyme," he said, "It's because of the bison grass and because sunshine-wise, that's it for a while.
The menu also presents the hotel's very own signature cocktail, the "nichini", as greystreethotel is part of the nichehotels portfolio, which is a cool combination of bison grass vodka, apple juice and apple wedges.
So, to help you get into the spirit of things,we've teamed up with our friends at Beers of Europe to give one lucky reader the chance to win an entire crate of Polish beer, and one runner up a bottle of Poland's inest Zubrowka Bison grass vodka
There's vegetal oils to treat the upper layers of skin; pro-vitamin B5 to help repair, moisturise and protect; purslane and camomile extract to soothe irritation; while the masculine-sounding Bison grass and Chinese ginger energise the skin.
The Adamba portfolio is dominated by the popular Luksusowa Potato Vodka and Bak's Bison Grass Vodka, both Polish imports with wide followings in the US market.
Zu Vodka, a bison grass, is the base of the Pride of Poland cocktail, priced at $14, at the Meat Market, a contemporary steak house in Miami Beach.
importer of Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka, which traces its origins to 14th century Poland.
The dessert menu has a couple of boozy twists - the green apple sorbet comes with a bison grass vodka.
We also had Zubrowka which has bison grass, thought to be an aphrodisiac, as an ingredient.
With many Polish workers in the bar industry, this is becoming a very efficient process, so much so that now most of the major multiples are approaching us and asking for products like Zubrowka (a vodka flavoured with bison grass, popular in Poland), which they are then having great success with.
This is a non-oily, deeply conditioning, repairing and protective cream which contains vegetable oils and vitamins to condition and repair, camomile to improve the colour and appearance and bison grass and ginger to energise.
It harnesses the power of botanical extracts such as bison grass, Chinese ginger, purslane, plum and green algae.