bota

noun
bo·​ta | \ˈbō-tə \

Definition of bota 

: a leather bottle (as for wine)

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Gokan adds ingredients to an airtight leather bota bag, periodically adding more, in what is called a solera-style technique. AJC.com, "These 12 cocktails from Himitsu are inspired by the Japanese zodiac," 25 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of bota

1802, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bota

Spanish, from Late Latin buttis cask

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