Quinquina


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Quin`qui´na


n.1.Peruvian bark.
References in classic literature ?
if he will not drink a little glass of Quinquina Dubonnet.
Mattei Cap Corse, marking the first time the quinquina aperitif wine to be sold in the country.
The Alex's hand-steeped gin is made using a Dutch method known to emphasis sweetness, then blended with unfiltered tonic water that's infused with lemongrass, citrus, salt and quinquina bark.
000 cuirs, des saumons de cuivre, une centaine de colis de baume du Perou, des bailes de quinquina et, naturellement, un peu d'or et d'argent.