Serve it as is from the pot for kids; add a jigger of rum, brandy, or Calvados for the grownups.
Not so long ago, pinball machines were as much a fixture in French cafés as coffee and Calvados.
How does a homeless family from a major American metropolis end up dumped in a region known for Camembert and Calvados?
Remove the pan from the heat, pour in the Calvados, and carefully flambé.
Of the trio of dinner drinks, digestives have been sacrificed, and now a bottle of Calvados may last a household a decade.
At twenty-two Reine Flamma was the most beautiful woman in Calvados, and the most wretched.
Though the Calvados was the chosen home of M. Guizot, it was not his birthplace.
There is one of this kind at Cully, Calvados, walled on three sides, and fed from the spring by two circular openings.
This department offers a most instructive contrast with the Calvados.
The landscape round Bordeaux is as rich in sky-pointing spires as Calvados in Normandy.