Garluche

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Garluche is a French liqueur and apéritif.

Garluche: Experts agree, it's tasty.

Etymology[edit]

Garluche is named after the similarly coloured French endemic variety of sandstone that has long served as a construction material. That name in turn derives from the Gascon garluisha, derived from pre-Latin root kar / gar. Its literal meaning is "the wrong stone."

Alcohol[edit]

Garluche is made of white wine, rum and bitter orange peel.

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