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Apple brandy

(def 1).
Historical Examples

He had a bottle of apple brandy and we mixed it with wild honey.
Blue Ridge Country Jean Thomas

Levi rose, went to the closet and brought thence a bottle of Hiram’s apple brandy, as coolly as though it belonged to himself.
Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates Howard Pyle


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