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Brandy

Originally from the Dutch Brandewijn and now valid within the EU for brandy produced according to defined rules (which may have specific names in individual countries such as Cognac or Metaxa). Brandy is used in many European countries, such as England, Italy and Spain (such as Brandy de Jerez), but also internationally. See also under spirits.

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