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'''Liquer''' is similar to [[liquor]] in that it has been distilled.  However, liquer (pronounced something like LIK-ewer) is of a slightly lower alcoholic content and a much higher sugar content.  Liquers are ususally extremely sweet and syrupy, such as ''Schnapps'', ''Goldshlager'' or ''Drambuie'', and are intended for sipping.
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'''Liqueur''' is similar to [[liquor]] in that it has been distilled.  However, liquer (pronounced something like ''LIK-ewer'') is of a slightly lower alcoholic content and a much higher [[sugar]] content.  Liquers are ususally extremely sweet and syrupy, such as ''Schnapps'', ''Goldshlager'' or ''Drambuie'', and are intended for sipping.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:24, 5 August 2008

Liqueur is similar to liquor in that it has been distilled. However, liquer (pronounced something like LIK-ewer) is of a slightly lower alcoholic content and a much higher sugar content. Liquers are ususally extremely sweet and syrupy, such as Schnapps, Goldshlager or Drambuie, and are intended for sipping.