bitter orange

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Synonyms for bitter orange

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Palate: Silky, rich texture revealing bright ripe sherries, bitter orange zest, sweet black licorice and cinnamon bark spice.
The Grand "O," served in a signature orange-shaped cup, uses orange juice to accentuate Grand Marnier's signature essence of bitter orange, plus a refreshing spritz of soda water to keep the cocktail light and refreshing on the palate.
Just add three drops in the bath for the mix of lavender, bitter orange, lemon, lime, rosemary, echinacea, and even St John's Wort.
Add salt mixed with olive oil and bitter orange juice to the cooking pot.
Neroli oil is a plant oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree.
The spirits are infused with a century old family recipe of herbs and fruit, including assenzio gentile, anise, vanilla, rhubarb, ginseng and bitter orange.
Aperol--Originated in 1919 in Padova, Italy, the aperitif from Padua, Italy is infused with a blend of bitter orange peels, gentian, rhubarb and cinchona and various other herbs and botanicals.
Most from the pharmacology chemistry department at the University of Messina in Italy, contributors consider such topics as the composition of volatile fraction of citrus peel oils, concentrated citrus oils, the composition and adulteration of extracts from the flowers of bitter orange, chiral compounds, oxygen heterocyclic components of citrus essential oils, minor components, advanced analytic techniques, and biological activities.
This one-dish wonder can also be satisfying with tried-and-true flavors such as banana cream or pecan, or provide an opportunity to innovate with more unusual ingredients, like avocado, bitter orange or green chile.
Short-term studies on bitter orange extract plus caffeine found that it can aid in weight loss.
The pao with its rounded golden-brown crust enclosing a soft, buttery interior; the pui flatter, like a thick pancake, which you cut in half to form two pouches into which you smear butter or jam (I recommend Bhuira's Bitter Orange marmalade made by Linnet Mushran).
The perfect balance between sweet and bitter orange peels sourced from around the world gives Cointreau its subtle characteristics; essential oils create a soft edge and turn cloudy upon contact with ice; a delicate taste explodes in the mouth, followed by a well-tempered tone.
Taking bitter orange or country mallow to help fight the bulge can have fatal results.
Reports of these problems are exceedingly rare, and in some cases they iccurred in people taking bitter orange with other stimulants such as caffeine and the popular South American herb, guarana, Dr.