Definition of liqueur
: a usually sweetened alcoholic liquor (such as brandy) flavored with fruit, spices, nuts, herbs, or seeds
Examples of liqueur in a Sentence
a bottle of orange liqueur
Recent Examples of liqueur from the Web
INGREDIENTS 1 ½ ounces Martin Miller’s Gin ounce St. Germain elderflower liqueur½ ounce lemon juice 2 ounces pineapple-cucumber puree (see recipe) Add all ingredients to a tumbler with ice and shake.
Pimm's, the beloved gin liqueur from our older brother across the pond, has joined the ranks of Frosé, Prosecco, and Moscow Mule flavors from POPS, Britain's premium popsicle masterminds.
While baking, in a small saucepan, melt jelly with liqueur.
Combine mint, bourbon, peach liqueur and lemon juice in a pitcher.
The Grass on the Field (gin, elderflower liqueur, lemongrass syrup, and lime juice) was herbal and savory, by far the most interesting of the bunch.
Repeat with remaining cake strips, cake pieces, orange liqueur, raspberry compote, and custard.
Combine 3 cups assorted sliced fresh fruits (such as mango, papaya, kiwifruit, peaches) with 2 tablespoons apricot preserves (or peach) and 2 tablespoons orange brandy (or almond liqueur).
Right now, it’s made with vanilla bean ice cream, sloe gin and chocolate liqueur.
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LIQUEUR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of liqueur for English Language Learners
: a sweet, strong alcoholic drink that is usually flavored with fruits or spices and drunk in small glasses after a meal
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