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- n. Alternative form of lychee.
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- n. Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed; often dried
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Here I have a litchee tree, I have tons of lemon grass (te de lemon) which is very comon here but used differently.
If the red paper lampshade above the blackboard were to throw light, eternally, on the specials of the day: guava juice, litchee juice, mango lassi, pakori jaljeera, kala khatta ...
I did include Twizzlers, gum, oatmeal, and litchee jellies.
(Confusingly, reishi is also an alternative name for litchi or litchee fruit in Japan, especially in Okinawa.)
For 2008, the wine bursts with notes of honeydew melon, mango and litchee, with more subtle hints of straw, dried thyme, peach and tangerine; a few minutes in the glass bring up a hint of jasmine.
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