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UFO Twist Blood Orange, Harpoon Brewery $10.99 for a 6-pack (12-ounce bottles) Twist is a zesty combination of blood orange and bergamot orange, which forges a balance between sweet and tangy citrus for an overall incredibly orangey profile.
The earl grey (light on the bergamot) created a flavor bridge to the accompanying morel ragout, a dark, herby stew, buttressed by thick-cut, buttered brioche toast.
This wine has a scent of bergamot and black pepper, with fleeting aromas of dark soil.
The day-boat scallops, encrusted with a mild bergamot coating, were equally good.
The Art of Shaving oud after-shave balm, $50; theartofshaving.com Oud essence, bergamot, lemon, and geranium provide a woodsy scent.
Fairview Pharmacies sells the blends — whose ingredients include lavender, bergamot, frankincense, lemon, ginger and peppermint — alongside traditional medicines.
The fragrance features notes of clementine, linden blossom, bergamot, violet leaf, cyclamen, jasmine sambac, vetiver and more.
The scented candles and fragrances combine the essence of Damask and May roses with bergamot top notes and hints of sweet lychee.
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Origin and Etymology of bergamot
French bergamote, from Italian bergamotta, modification of Turkish bey armudu, literally, the bey's pear
First Known Use: 1650See Words from the same year
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