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dry apple brandy made in Normandy

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At the end, there's a tasting session with a Calvados expert in which visitors learn about the drink's all-important stages - the appearance, the nose and the palate.
The significance of the place where Calvados is produced may be found in Carole Clements' A Flavor of Normandy (Chartwell Books, 1996), which says that the region is one of the richest in France, famous not only for its apple spirits but also for cream, butter, cheeses, fish and shellfish, and charcuterie (preserved meats).
Dubai The Godolphin pair of Calvados Blues and Simon De Montfort will be joined by Argentine Horse of the Year Interaction as the leading contenders for tonight's Dubai City Of Gold race, a Group 2 contest over 12 furlongs on turf that leads up to the Dubai Sheema Classic (Group 1) on World Cup night.
This molten cheese dish is spiked with perfumed honey, pungent calvados and garlic.
But there are a small number of producers in the UK making Cider Brandy that differs in style to Calvados but which is certainly comparable in quality and extremely good value.
If the apple brandy per se isn't well-known here, Calvados certainly isn't.
2 tablespoons apple brandy, such as Calvados OR apple juice
Contract notice: Archives filing services for the department of calvados
Contract notice:supply of all types of fuel for all departments of the department of calvados - 2 lots
Contract notice: acquisition of conservation supplies by the direction of the archives of the county council of calvados - 5 lots - 2018dad017
Contract notice: need for communication objects for the department of calvados and the sdis of calvados (3 lots)
Contract notice: compulsory annual inspection and maintenance of refrigeration appliances and cooking appliances of the interprofessional center for the training of apprentices of calvados (cifac) and of the higher education center for crafts and trades (cesam)