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  • That one is called the Cointreau Teese, and it is made with violet liquor.

    A Rose-Infused Drink by Another Name

  • The middle one was called Cointreau -- milk chocolate covers a dark infused ganache infused with Cointreau.

    Our Adventures in Japan

  • The original recipe called for Cointreau, which is a premium Triple Sec.

    At Home with Kim Vallee

  • (a delicious and affordable substitute for Gran Marinier), Orange Curaçao (made from the peels of the laraha citrus), and of course the elegant Cointreau, which is currently being promoted by the lovely Dita Von Teese.

    Benito's Wine Reviews

  • This butter cream would also be good with a 1/2 teaspoon of a liquor such as Cointreau, Cherry brandy, Brandy or Benedictine to give a real exotic flavour and create Liquor Butter icing.

    LIME, PINEAPPLE, GINGER CUPCAKES

  • '' 'Champâgne' '' * shám-pâin and '' 'Cointreau' '' * quàn-trô have initial capitals in American English, as they are proprietary names; in British they both normally begin with a lower-case letter.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Parisians are partial to their traditional champagne-based Kir royale but also dream up trendier cocktails like the Jules Verne and the Cointreau Teese, created by the racy burlesque stage talent Dita Von Teese.

    The English Is Coming!

  • I called the waiter/bartender over and enquired and he proudly, as if he had just won the grand prize exclaimed I used Merlot, a spot of sprite, Cointreau, a good shot of vodka, a small squeeze of lime, ice and garnished with a lime and orange rim slice.

    Sangrita and sangria

  • The wine selection is extensive (no surprise as SIA has their own sommeliers), and the cocktails onboard include the famous Singapore Sling of course (first served in Singapore's Raffles Hotel), and there is also the airline's own Silver Kris Sling -- a special blend of gin, Cointreau, orange and pineapple juice topped with champagne.

    Yvonne Yorke: Singapore Airline's World Class Service

  • You can go and check out the styles for yourself in person at The Odd Slipper soiree at The Little Shoe store on Jan. 18 sponsored by Remy Cointreau spirits from 7 to 9 p.m.

    Carrie Hamerslag: The Online Resource for Petite Feet

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