aquavit


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Scandinavian liquor usually flavored with caraway seeds

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Aquavit A traditional spirit that is drunk across the Nordic region.
Under Bengtsson, Aquavit has reeled in two Michelin stars.
Such is its importance to Trondheim, you will find Norway's only aquavit bar here.
Such is its importance to Nidaros Trondheim, you will find Norway's only aquavit bar here.
Veteran chef Todd Villani brings his experience working for some of Manhattan's top restaurants, including Marcus Samuelsson's renowned Aquavit restaurant and at his subsidiary interest, World Yacht, combining simple fresh foods with a creative blend of exotic flavors and ingredients - his signature approach to preparing foods with an international flair.
My friend's favorites were aquavit and rum, but any hard liquor will do for this purpose.
Instead, ask for a platter of poached cod and roast pork with crackling skin and pair it with a shot of neat aquavit.
Its spirits include Aviation American Gin, Westward Oregon Straight Malt Whiskey, Krogstad Aquavit and a line of limited release small-batch spirits.
On the table sit the dish of crayfish, the beer, and conical aquavit glasses.
Apart from the wide selection of Northern German fares is the house aquavit, the "Skl.
Perhaps they were drunk; perhaps it was one of those morose Scandinavian afternoons when the sun has sunk and there is no alternative but to hit the aquavit.
And with the United Nations headquarters in the area, there's an array of upscale ethnic dining options, including Marcus Samuelsson's acclaimed Scandinavian restaurant, Aquavit, and the Indian restaurant Tulsi.
Her inventive book presents one hundred recipes for those dishes, grouped by restaurant -- Seattle's Lark, Aquavit, in Manhattan, and Bluestem, in Kansas City, among them.
There is a huge hole in the flavored white spirits category where the botanical selection is at the whim of the distiller and not dictated by a category requirement, such as juniper for gin and caraway for aquavit.
You can't call it flavored vodka, but you can't call it "gin" either; there's no juniper in it, "There is a huge hole in the flavored white spirits category where the botanical selection is at the whim of the distiller and not dictated by a category requirement, such as juniper for gin and caraway for aquavit.