Speciality products

  • D. W. Clutton

Abstract

’speciality products’ is an all-embracing term, covering a wide variety of alcoholic drinks, beverages, cocktails, aperitifs, liqueurs, etc. Indeed any product which is not a ‘generic’ spirit or liqueur, and cannot be categorised otherwise, could be classified as a’ speciality’.

Keywords

Orange Juice Sodium Caseinate Juglans Regia Invert Sugar Speciality Product 
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