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Over meals of schnitzel and schnapps in Vienna, his team sought to bridge the gap between European concerns and Mr. Trump’s demands.
He’s named two drinks in honor of the show: The Big Tasty combines creme de cocoa, cherry vodka, and Coke, while the JTP (aka Jenkintown Posse) has orange juice, Tanqueray gin, and peach schnapps.
It's made up of Brut champagne (get it?!?), peach schnapps and cranberry.
Now the wet ingredients: in a separate bowl, whisk together the buttermilk, melted butter, eggs, vanilla extract, and peach schnapps. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry.
Prior to 90-minute rehearsal at Turner Hall, a few warmed their voices with a shot of peach schnapps.
A few years after buying the property, the couple built a gazebo for their annual August crayfish parties, a Swedish tradition involving glasses of schnapps, funny hats and platters of countless crayfish harvested from local lakes and streams.
No peppermint schnapps and certainly no combination of mint + Ovaltine, Chocolate syrup, and please, please no mint-chocolate liquors of any kind.
Denny's now has Crown [Royale], Jack [Daniels], vodka, schnapps...
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Origin and Etymology of schnapps
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
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: a type of strong liquor
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