curranty

curranty

(ˈkʌrəntɪ)
adj
1. (Cookery) full of currants
2. (Cookery) (of wine) full of the flavour or aroma of currants
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The version that developed in Shrewsbury was rather different, though it had links with the Banbury cake, which also enclosed a curranty mixture in pastry.
Cardiff's Geraint Thomas took time out from the punishing course to laud the crumbling, curranty snacks as the spur that helped him to the Tour's prestigious white jersey, awarded daily to the best young rider.
Lightly fragrant but with a big, curranty body and a mellow aftertaste.
03) are really curranty - they're a bit smaller than most slices, but really tasty and worth every penny.
It turned out to be a big, curranty cake with enough dough to sink a battleship - and no trip to Betty's is complete without scoffing down one of its trademark calorific treats from its elegant bakery shop.
The chunky red own label Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon NV, curranty and with a hint of mint, is down from pounds 3.
The Carmenere grape gives intense piercing curranty, plummy fruit allied to a soft body and plenty zingy spice.
Ioan Gruffudd, Neil Hamilton and now Lulu are reported to be celebrity fans of the crumbly, curranty cakes.
The confit had all the feathery sweetness of slow-cooking and the jus captured the meaty essence with just enough curranty tang.
49 A smooth wine with a hint of curranty flavours went down well with cheese & biscuits -- but pleasant enough on it's own.
Soft and smooth with curranty, tobacco fruit, its warm sweetness is balanced by good acidity.
There's more cut and tannin to firm up the curranty body.