Persian lime


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Persian lime

n.
1. A nearly thornless evergreen tree (Citrus latifolia), possibly of hybrid origin, having leathery leaves and fragrant white flowers, and widely cultivated for its edible fruit.
2. The usually seedless oval fruit of this plant, having a green rind and acid juice used as flavoring. In both senses also called Tahiti lime.
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A coveted 'Masters' title, the highest distinction available, was awarded to the Greyson's Seville Orange & Persian Lime Gin (PS14.99), beating off stiff competition rom bottles costing up to two times the price.
Its Seville Orange & Persian Lime Gin is almost half the price of rival brands at just PS14.99.
The Pillar Candle range of tall, elegantly packaged lovelies features tantalising scents (like cocoa and sandalwood, amber noir and Persian lime) in bold and beautiful colour ways.
From a Brazilian Black Bean Soup with Raw Corn Salsa to Persian Lime & Chickpea Stew, these are appealing and fine dishes to expand a vegan cook's repertoire.
There are many species of citrus called limes, including these three most widely produced: Persian lime (Citrus latifolia), Key lime (Citrus aurantifolia), and Kaffir lime (Citrus hystrix).
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Finest Lemon and Persian Lime (100g), PS3, Tesco A sophisticated hand-decorated egg that had a tantalising lemon and lime fragrance.
| Eggs Factor: Scrummy combo 10/10 | Finest Lemon and Persian Lime (100g), PS3, Tesco A sophisticated hand-decorated egg that had a tantalising lemon and lime fragrance.
The Middle Eastern spice sumac and spice blend za'atar as well as a Persian lime curry rub from Oaktown Spice Co.
The Coconut Vanilla Creme, Chocolate Mint, and Persian Lime are especially mouth-watering.