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taf·i·a

also taf·fi·a  (tăf′ē-ə)
n.
A cheap rum distilled from molasses and refuse sugar in the West Indies.

[French, perhaps of West Indian Creole origin.]

tafia

(ˈtæfɪə) or

taffia

n
(Brewing) a type of rum, esp from Guyana or the Caribbean
[C18: from French, from West Indian Creole, probably from ratafia]
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