- n. Plural form of spritzer.
“It was not the usual Alinea fare—no liquid croquettes or aromatic spritzers—but a traditional French meal: seared duck breast with morels and peas.”
“She'll also prepare spritzers made with the Italian aperitif Aperol, which has summery flavors like bitter orange and rhubarb.”
“She often serves Prosecco or spritzers made with the Italian aperitif Aperol, which has summery flavors like bitter orange and rhubarb.”
“I don't know which is the magic key, reporting to you, or the food journal, or dropping the beer for white wine spritzers, but something is working!”
“Black Velvet - Fans of wine spritzers might want to try this cocktail, a creamy combination that shouldn't work - but does.”
“Personally, I think he joined for the votes and not the great tasting communion hosts served with wine spritzers at the end of Mass.”
“The word, she says, has been watered down to the point of meaninglessness, like so many white wine spritzers.”
“Part of the appeal of frÃ¶ccs and spritzers is, thanks to the carbonation, it gets you drunk more quickly than the wine alone, so it has the potential to sneak up on you. robdew”
“As cats naturally don't understand or know how to operate water spritzers, they don't know what to make of them.”
“I've never been a huge fan of wine spritzers, but nothing against them if its a hot sweaty day.”
‘spritzers’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for spritzers.