calvados

noun, often capitalized
cal·va·dos | \ˌkal-və-ˈdōs, ˌkäl-\

Definition of calvados 

: an applejack made in Calvados

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Then wind your way through other rums and calvadoses that capture the essence of the earthly products they were born from. Esquire Editors, Esquire, "Esquire's Best Bars in America in 2017," 25 May 2017

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First Known Use of calvados

1906, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for calvados

French, from Calvados, department in Normandy, France

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