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- Fine de Bordeaux
- Fine de Bourgogne
- Fine de la Marne
It was formerly quite common in France; it is now quite rare.
In popular culture
- "We had dined at l'Avenue's and afterward went to the Café de Versailles for coffee. We had several fines after the coffee..."
- "After the coffee and a fine we got the bill, chalked up the same as ever on a slate..."
- "I'd say it's a 30-year-old fine, indifferently blended ... with an overdose of bon bois."
(Bon Bois is a Cognac which produces a potent line clay brandy.)