Entry from British & World English dictionary
A colourless orange-flavoured liqueur.
- Liqueurs commonly made this way include triple sec, cassis, Cointreau, Grand Mariner and so forth.
- The label reveals premium tequila, lime juice, wines and spirits, but does not mention triple sec or Cointreau (no doubt too expensive) nor the quantity of PT.
- The deceptively punchy mix contains tequila, triple sec and the City Cafe's own sour mix, and you can choose between a frozen or shaken version.
Late 19th century: sec, French, 'dry'.
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