Noun(1) alcoholic beverage taken before a meal as an appetizer
(1) After an aperitif of homemade orange vodka, a little organic wine is drunk and everyone is in high spirits.(2) Start off your meal with an aperitif in the spacious rear courtyard of the renovated French villa, which attracts a mixture of expats and locals prowling for a break from street corner fare.(3) Sipping an unhurried aperitif , the menu not only makes your mouth water, it brings tears of joy to the eyes.(4) Take advantage of that moment and suggest an aperitif in the form of a sparkling wine.(5) Slip off your shoes when you get home, fling open the windows, pour an aperitif and cook something that makes you feel as if you are in a buzzy tapas bar, on the deck of a yacht or on the terrace of a French cafÔö£┬«.(6) It is a very dry wine best drunk as an aperitif , and served slightly chilled.(7) I like to have two types of bubbles to hand at Christmas: a cheapie for Buck's fizz and impromptu parties and a decent Champagne to drink as an aperitif before lunch.(8) Don't be put off by the burnt, sharp aroma - this has a light, peppery, slightly sweet taste and makes a fine aperitif .(9) With 12.5 per cent alcohol, this pleasing white works best as an aperitif and without food.(10) With a champagne aperitif , a modest bottle of wine and liqueurs, a family of four could spend well in excess of Ôö¼├║600.(11) And various experiments have shown that drinking an aperitif increases both the time spent eating and the number of calories consumed at a sitting.(12) More like a liqueur than an aperitif (although it is deceptively sweet), only the unwary would approach it with abandon.(13) It would also double as an aperitif if you don't like sparkling wines.(14) We settled back in the covered patio area and had a cocktail as an aperitif , while perusing the menu.(15) Sekt in Gemany and Austria is largely made from Riesling, yielding fruit-driven and light wines that are terrific aperitifs .(16) After aperitifs - sherry for Vicky and white port for me - we were brought what was described as ├ö├ç├┐celery cappuccino├ö├ç├û.
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