- n. (registered trademark) a liqueur flavored with anise
“Pernod is a wonderful drink as is its counterpoint "Ricard" from Marseille.”
“It's based on a liquor called Pernod, which is legal, and blue, and being flavored with anise, it tastes like liquorice.”
“The Pernod was a fantastic addition, it worked really well.”
“Fortune was seen as the favorite to acquire V&S, given the distribution rights, but with the struggles in its other businesses and the hefty price tag Pernod ended up paying, it could have seriously hamstrung Fortune with debt.”
“We expect most deals to be tuck-in acquisitions of smaller players, such as Pernod's acquisition of Absolut vodka in 2008, or of individual brands.”
“Pernod Ricard gained 2%, aided by an upgrade from J.P. Morgan Cazenove.”
“In PARIS , Pernod Ricard gained 2%, aided by an upgrade from J.P. Morgan Cazenove.”
“I will then settle into a small table at the restaurant, tuck my napkin into my shirt collar spills and splashes happen, order a Pernod on the rocks, and my fish soup.”
“In 2006, the Massachusetts-based company was purchased from liquor company Pernod Ricard SA for $2.4 billion in cash by a trio of private-equity firms: Bain Capital Partners LLC, the Carlyle Group and Thomas H. Lee Partners.”
“Diageo, at 12 times forecast 2012 earnings, recently has traded at a slight premium to highly leveraged rival Pernod Ricard despite the French company's better growth prospects.”
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