One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘A special of sherried lobster bisque demands to be ordered; its rich brick color and oceanic, lobster-shell tang give it a gutsy character.’
- ‘If a customer has tried the Macallan, then he knows what heavily sherried malt tastes like.’
- ‘Your palate is at first pleasured with a sherried smoothness and then with subtle, smoky, peaty notes.’
- ‘The rib-eye steak is given extra zing with the addition of sherried peppers.’
- ‘Mouth-filling honey and butterscotch flavors with a peppery yet sweet sherried fruit attack.’
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