Bacardi rum

Bacardi rum
רום באקארדי
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ידראקאב םור

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  • Bacardi rum — brand of rum (alcoholic beverage distilled from sugar cane products) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Bacardi — Company Limited Type Private company Founded Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (4 February 1862) Headquarters World Headquarters: Hamilton, Bermuda …   Wikipedia

  • Bacardi — Limited Rechtsform private Aktiengesellschaft (engl. private company limited by shares) Gründung 1992 (1862) Sitz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bacardi cocktail — IBA Official Cocktail Type Cocktail Primary alcohol by volume Rum Served straight up Standard garnish lime …   Wikipedia

  • Bacardi Superior — is rum made by the Bacardi Company. In the US it is 80 proof, containing 40% abv (37.5% abv in the UK and Continental Europe). It is colourless and easy flowing and is thin in the body. The actual taste is nutty with hazelnuts and almonds… …   Wikipedia

  • Bacardi — Limited Тип Частная компания Год основания 1862 Расположение …   Википедия

  • Rum Swizzle — Bermuda Rum Swizzle A Rum Swizzle, as served in Bermuda Type Cocktail Served On the rocks; poured over ice …   Wikipedia

  • Bacardi — /beuh kahr dee/ 1. Trademark. a brand of dry rum of the West Indies. n. 2. a cocktail made with Bacardi rum, grenadine, and lime juice. * * * …   Universalium

  • Bacardi — n. privately held family owned spirits company which is the largest in the world; cocktail made with Bacardi rum mixed with grenadine and lime juice …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Bacardi Breezer — Bacardi Breezer, Breezer for short, is a rum based alcopop with 4% alcohol (5% in Australasia, Canada and the United Kingdom). It comes in a variety of fruit flavours: lemon, pineapple, apple, ruby grapefruit, lime, orange, watermelon, cranberry …   Wikipedia

  • Bacardi 151 — is an over proof rum. The 151 proof liquor has an alcohol content of 75.5%.Due to its high proof, it is typically used as a component in cocktails (whose final alcohol concentration may or may not be greater than that of drinks made with… …   Wikipedia

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