creme de menthe


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  • noun

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sweet green or white mint-flavored liqueur

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The creme de menthe makes the lime look greener, the campari adds extra red colour to the ruby grapefruit and the grand marnier enhances the colour and flavour of the oranges.
The line includes 19 original flavors ranging from Creme de Menthe Chip to Hazelnut Zebra, but good old Almond is available as well for more simple palates.
MINT BAKING CHIPS: If you love the flavor of mint in baked goods or desserts, Andes Creme de Menthe Thins, a favorite chocolate after-dinner mint, are now available as baking chips.
Pour creme de menthe over ice cubes in a chilled 12-ounce highball glass.
One night finds Powell pounding an array of shots--from Creme de Menthe to gin--with his buddies well past midnight, only to be awakened early the next morning for a drill simulating a Soviet nuclear attack.
Bliss[R] brand chocolates are available in Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, White Chocolate Meltaway, Dark Chocolate with Caramel and Creme de Menthe Meltaway.
this is a much more tasteful way to serve your creme de menthe than the one I imagined.
Grasshopper - Brandy with Creme de Menthe and Creme de Cacao
THREE British adventurers celebrated Christmas Day in the Antarctic as Sir Ernest Shackleton did a century earlier - with cigars and a spoonful of creme de menthe.
It is looking rather sickly at the moment, presumably because consumers have decided that they'd rather make their own coffee for a few pence than stump up 3 [pounds sterling] for a decaff, tall, low-fat, extra-whip, creme de menthe mocha.
P Cognac, butterscotch schnapps, creme de menthe and cream.
Peppermint Patty is coffee with Marie Brizzard white creme de cocoa and creme de menthe.
Is it a) "A glass of white wine for the ladies", b) "A gallon of milk stout for the missus", or c) "A pint of creme de menthe for my poofy friend"?
First, what in the name of blue blazes possessed me to drink cocktails that contained whisky AND creme de menthe (I saw in the New Year in Glasgow, and by God the Scots throw one hell of a party).