French alcoholic drinks - les boissons alcoolisées en

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French alcoholic drinks - les boissons alcoolisées en
French alcoholic
drinks
spirits, alcohols
alcohol
whisky
vodka
rum
cognac
cherry brandy
apple brandy
gin
cider
tonic water
soda water
liqueur
cassis cream (liqueur)
pastis (anise-flavored
apéritif)
champagne
wine
white wine
red wine
dry wine
l'alcool (m)
les boissons (f)
alcoolisées
les boissons
alcoolisées en français
le rhum
la vodka / l'eau-de-vie
(f)
le whisky
le calvados
le kirsch
le cognac
le tonic
le cidre
le gin
la Crème de Cassis
la liqueur
le soda
le vin
le champagne
le pastis
le vin sec
le vin rouge
le vin blanc
sweet wine
sparkling wine
beer
bottled beer
beer bottle
canned beer
draught beer / beer on
tap
ginger beer
before-dinner drink
after-dinner drink
"la fée verte" (the green fairy), a
highly-alcoholic, green, bitter,
anise-flavoured liqueur prepared from
absinthe (wormwood), green anise,
sweet fennel and other herbs
"controlled designation of origin", a
French term for a certification granted
to certain wine regions (also cheeses,
butters, and other agricultural
products)
Cheers! / To your
health!
the famous red wine produced in the Beaujolais
region of France. It is the most popular “vin de
primeur” (a French wine which may be sold in the
same year in which it was harvested) fermented for
just a few weeks before being released for sale on
the third Thursday of November
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la bière
le vin mousseux
le vin doux
la bière en boîte
la bouteille à bière
la bière en bouteille
l’apéritif (m)
la bière de gingembre
la bière pression
le Beaujolais Nouveau
l’Absinthe (f)
le digestif
À la votre (santé)!
AOC, Appellation
d'Origine Contrôlée

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