Definition of Calvados in English:

Calvados

Line breaks: Cal|va¦dos
Pronunciation: /ˈkalvədɒs
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Apple brandy, traditionally made in the Calvados region of Normandy: the taste of Calvados is unique [count noun]: let’s have a Calvados
More example sentences
  • There's also hot apple cider with Calvados for the adults, and minted hot chocolate for the children to help warm up frosty fingers and bright red cheeks.
  • This day there was no mistaking a French influence in the food and beverages, and Pryor savored every sip of a glass of Calvados, a fine apple brandy made in Normandy.
  • Hens scurried in tiny apple orchards amid signs advertising Calvados and farm cider.

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