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This rare cinsault offers aromas and flavors of cranberry, cherry pipe tobacco and black pepper, backed with sturdy tannins and steely acidity.
Anthocyanins are found in cherries and cranberries, and create bright, rich reds.
This entry-level cuvée from Château Minuty is a perfect example, with its delicate flavors of white cranberries and strawberry sorbet, and a steal at this bargain basement price while supplies last.
Beverages were coffee, tea or mors, a non-carbonated drink usually made from lingonberry and cranberry.
Another favorite on the menu is oscypek, an appetizer of sheep cheese that is served warm with cranberries, Agnes Bobak said.
In addition to the standard orange juice, cranberry or mango juice, experiment with other citrus juices such as tangerine or grapefruit.
But while Dolores’s blue dress, Hector’s hand-tooled hat, and the Man in Black’s, well, blacks immediately translate as archetypal, Newton is eager to add her cranberry silk saloon dress to the pile.
And its congee menu is short and sweet, with a turmeric-cranberry one that puts oatmeal to shame.
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Origin and Etymology of cranberry
First Known Use: 1647See Words from the same year
CRANBERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cranberry for English Language Learners
: a small, dark red berry or the plant that produces it
: a dark red color
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