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  • n. Plural form of grappa.


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  • The result plays up a unique note of amyl alcohol found in good grappas, pisco and rhum agricole.

    White Is the New Brown

  • But write about the best grappas to drink for Arbor Day and you've got a hot and timely piece on your hands.

    Tony Sachs: Candy? Flowers? Feh! New Spirits To Wow Your Sweetie This Valentine's Day

  • The variety of eaux de vie, grappas and liqueurs the distillery produces is astounding.

    The Spirits of America

  • A struggle that should have been decided in a ballot, rather than over a few grappas at Granita, will be resolved in opposition by the next generation.

    Labour's imminent bloodbath

  • A chrome-and-glass bar sheltered liquor with exotic labels and crystal decanters containing liquids too elegant to be labeled, perhaps exotic grappas from the Web of Worlds, where savant-oenophiles tried to perfect the grape on every planet with an oxygen or carbon dioxide atmosphere.

    Jason Stoddard, Strange and Happy » Blog Archive » Eternal Franchise, 6.2 of 31.1

  • The best grappas tend to have subtle flavors of woods and brambles that are not unlike tea; infusing this one with chamomile ends up working like training wheels for the nuances to be found.


  • It tends to be harsh, but the better grappas offer subtle complexities.

    Kitchen Math

  • The picolit remains one of the Noninos 'signature grappas, and it comes in their impossibly delicate bottle -- a small sphere with a slender cylindrical neck.

    Not Grandpapa's Grappa

  • With the prospect of getting paid for an afternoon's trout-fishing, Peduzzi manages to get the local cantina to advance him three grappas more.

    Not Grandpapa's Grappa

  • But far and away, my favorites among the grappas I tried were those from the Marolo distillery.

    Not Grandpapa's Grappa


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