Definition of brandy Alexander in English:

brandy Alexander

Syllabification: bran·dy Al·ex·an·der

noun

A cocktail made with brandy, chocolate liqueur, and cream: we settled into a quiet corner, then ordered oysters and brandy Alexanders
More example sentences
  • The Brandy Alexanders were doing the talking at this point!
  • He was drinking his beverage of choice at the time, Brandy Alexanders, which tasted like milkshakes to him, but packed a dangerous punch.
  • We were getting pretty blotto off Pink Squirrels and Brandy Alexanders, and it was a strange sensation, looking at old fairy-tale scenes while listening to this loopy music!

Origin

1940s: from the surname or male forename Alexander, with uncertain reference.

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