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triple sec

n.
An orange-flavored liqueur.

[Originally a trademark.]
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triple sec

n
(Brewing) a colourless liqueur with orange flavouring
[C18: from French sec dry]
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Noun1.triple sec - type of curacao having higher alcoholic contenttriple sec - type of curacao having higher alcoholic content
orange liqueur - liqueur flavored with orange
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This then gets a slight accent from triple sec and cranberry juice to produce a well-balanced cocktail that's easy to drink.
It was decorated with honey tuile, a crisp, lacelike cookie made with triple sec, lemon juice and honey; and a hint of a lemon sponge cake with aratilis (Kerson fruit) compote.
Elder flower liqueur, lime and white cranberry juices served with a fresh jalapeno slice) and Ruby Red (Absolut Grapefruit Vodka, X-Rated fusion liqueur, triple sec, pineapple juice and lemonade topped with an orange twist).
Alcohol can be a huge calorie intake on holiday, here are a few healthier alcohol swaps: A mojito instead of a margarita - containing lashings of tequila, sour mix, triple sec, lime and sugar.
For instance, the Magic Lemon Drop (made with vodka, triple sec and blue butterfly-pea-flower extract) changes color when the sidecar of house-made agave sour is added.
To make, combine hot chocolate, triple sec and Smirnoff Peppermint Twist in a mug, Stir and serve with a candy cane, and garnish with a candied orange peel.
Then fire in 15ml each of triple sec (Cointreau perhaps) and lemon juice.
As well as a Creme de Cassisfor [pounds sterling]7,there's also a Creme de Pechesfor [pounds sterling]8,as well as aromatic bitters ([pounds sterling]5) and Triple Sec,also [pounds sterling]8.
Or, at least, it's the popular version followed by triple sec brand Cointreau, which was originally called Curacao Blanco Triple Sec, produced in Saint-Barthelemy-d'Anjou in France.
Pudina tal-hobz Chocolate & fruit bread pudding Serves 8-12 INGREDIENTS For the pudding 1 large loaf of white bread, 1 or 2 days old 500ml milk 125ml double cream 150g soft brown sugar 150g caster sugar 2 tbsp rum, sherry, triple sec or brandy (optional) 2 tsp vanilla paste or extract 3 large eggs, beaten 50g butter, melted 75g plain flour 1 tsp baking powder 50g cocoa powder 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp mixed spice 1 orange, finely grated zest only 1 lemon, finely grated zest only 100g dark chocolate (70%), finely chopped 200g sultanas or raisins 75g glace cherries, quartered 50g candied mixed peel 50g desiccated coconut flakes Method | Preheat the oven to 180C.