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Synonyms for arrack

any of various strong liquors distilled from the fermented sap of toddy palms or from fermented molasses

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The Lemon Bar Clarified Milk Punch combines Flor de Cana 4-year rum, Licor 43, Amaro Nonino, batavia arrack, Meyer lemon/baking spice oleo saccharum, graham cracker-steeped organic whole milk and lemon juice.
G.L.Peiris, in his 2005/2006 budget, did the same mistake through which thousands and thousands of school children initiated using beer and then arrack, other drugs and finally heroin.
He smells of arrack. He says for me to fix him pol sambal, egg curry, and hoppers.
Combanaire did not join the evening meal (concerned that "too many hands have touched the food") but joined the men afterwards to share mangosteen wine and a few bottles of arrack brought by Combanaire (1993:145).
Pande Rekha, 2005 a, Solidarity, Patriarchy and empowerment--Women's struggle against arrack in India, in Luciana Ricciutelli, Angela Miles, Margaret M.
If you want to have an alcoholic drink, however, you're out of luck, but speak to the right guys and they can help you find some locally brewed arrack (not for the faint hearted).
It includes The Maharaja's Mistress, a sweet and aromatic combination of rose jam, curry leaves infused arrack and rum, balanced with champagne, and Giddy in Goa, a gin-based cocktail balancing the spice of juniper with the tropical and sweet flavours of Cointreau and coconut water.
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Once considered a lowly peasant's drink whose potency is said to put other liquors and spirits worldwide in the shade, the "lambanog" is the Philippine version of coconut arrack also made in Sri Lanka and Indonesia.
Another American backpacker's eyesight was permanently damaged after the 19-year-old swallowed a drink called Arrack in Bali.
Antony was famous for construction of the legislative complex, introduction of unemployment allowance, festival allowance for the state employees and prohibition of arrack -- locally made alcohol -- to which hundreds of thousands are addicted to the detriment of their family life.
Amount, duration and the type of alcohol in the form of Rum, Whisky, Brandy, Vodka, Gin, Arrack, etc consumed was enquired, those subjects who consumed more than half bottles of these spirits daily (or intermittently with abstinence of 2-3 days), for more than 5 years were chosen for this study.
Served in handmade copper bunch bowls, you can try the Batavia Arrack, steeped in sliced lemons for six hours, or a Charles Dickens Memorial made with pineapple-infused rum and Martell VSOP cognac.
As recalled in his book "YoungDays in Tibet" (1957), "Granny" [who much influenced him] was famed for her illicit, potent 'arrack', which she distilled, "like some benign witch from Macbeth." After a year, he, his mother and infant sister travelled to Lhasa on ponies, which he later likened to "something very like the times of Chaucer and the Canterbury Tales." En-route, they crossed the 16,600-foot Kharu-La pass and crossed the Tsangpo River in coracles.
The chapter covers three types of drinks: traditional or homemade drinks such as arrack from India or kachasu from Zambia; mass produced illicit alcohol; and surrogate alcohol which includes medicinal products, cosmetics etc.