Examples of aperitif in a Sentence
They served us champagne as an aperitif.
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Minor, inconsequential, wan, harshly acidic are among the ways it is usually described — fit only as the base wine for a kir, an aperitif made by blending it with crème de cassis.
Small ceramic jars of Dijon sit on each table; there’s Kronenbourg 1664 on tap and an expansive list of aperitifs and digestifs; waiters wear black bowties and white button downs.
Start on the main square with an aperitif at Sommaripa Consolato, the ideal Greek all-day café with a nice but unfussy design and a small terrace with views of the port.
Kir drank his Aligoté with a floater of the local blackcurrant liqueur called crème de cassis, resulting in the classic French aperitif that now bears his name.
That inspired her to create garden Leavitt, a cocktail with a strawberry-rhubarb shrub, Bluecoat American Dry Gin and Cocchi Americano Rosa, a pink aperitif wine, plus fresh lemon juice and orange bitters.
The rules: Each round must contain an aperitif, a Dock Street brew, basic cocktail ingredients, and a secret, local ingredient.
These true tales of women behaving badly are the perfect precursors to Ocean's 8 — a little aperitif for the main course.
Crisp, affordable sparkling wine (think Prosecco) is the vacation pour of choice— keep the bottles poppin’. Bittersweet aperitifs like Campari and Aperol are the backbone of the spritz— and useful for stronger drinks too.
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Origin and Etymology of aperitif
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Definition of aperitif for English Language Learners
: an alcoholic drink that people drink before eating a meal
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