bergamot orange


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Noun1.bergamot orange - small tree with pear-shaped fruit whose oil is used in perfumerybergamot orange - small tree with pear-shaped fruit whose oil is used in perfumery; Italy
orange tree, orange - any citrus tree bearing oranges
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Connoisseurs are said to appreciate the notes of bergamot orange, cocoa nibs, grapes, red berries and honey.
It tops other villages of Wadi Bani Rawaha in the cultivation of lemon, bergamot orange and mango.
by ONAA number of seasonal crops, such as grapes, garlic, pomegranates, apricots, figs, bergamot orange, peaches, and berries are harvested from the village.
Wahab bin Zahran Al Riyami, a villager from Al Qoura said that the village has a number of seasonal crops, such as: grapes, garlic, pomegranates, apricots, figs, bergamot orange, peaches, and berries, and is watered by Falaj Al Aqar, Falaj Al Mafra, and Falaj Al Wasta'a, which start at the top of the mountain
Must-try: Le Matcha Flourless Chocolate Genoise-matcha pana cotta, white chocolate mousse, matcha glaze and edible flowers; Le Mimosa-chocolate genoise with demi sec style sparkling wine, bergamot orange cremeux, Belgian milk chocolate mousse, spider glaze.
The most promising natural products that have shown effective cholesterol lowering have come from two more recent clinical trials using either an extract from the Bergamot orange or Berberine, a plant substance found in a range of herbs including Hydrastis canadensis, Phellodendron amurense and Coptis chinensis amongst many others.
Lidl's women's scents have been compared to Chanel No 5, with both boasting notes of bergamot orange, rose and jasmine.