ambrette


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Related to ambrette: Abelmoschus moschatus, musk ambrette

am·brette

 (ăm-brĕt′)
n.
A tropical Asian plant (Abelmoschus moschatus) in the mallow family having yellow or pink flowers and cultivated for its seeds, which yield a fragrant oil. Also called musk mallow.

[French, from Old French, diminutive of ambre, amber; see amber.]
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The second, Velvet Cream accord, is billed as a blend of Madagascar vanilla, ambrette, vetiver, patchouli magnolia flower and jasmine.
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5% abv, this more intense, exotic style has been embellished with two additional botanicals - bergamot orange peel and ambrette seeds - to create a distinctly perfumed note on the palate.
com) contains bergamot orange peel and ambrette seeds to create a distinctly perfumed note on the palate | Langley's No 8 Gin (PS28.
5% abv (as opposed to the average 40% abv), this more intense, exotic style has been embellished with two additional botanicals - bergamot orange peel and ambrette seeds - to create a distinctly perfumed note on the palate but still retains its gloriously refreshing finish.
As well as the traditional whelks and cockles stalls TRAVEL INFORMATION and excellent fish bars The Ambrette Indian restaurant is a surprising jewel in the culinary crown of Margate.
It has top notes of pear combined with the exotic and musky Ambrette seeds.
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