Ethel felt better after a few drops of champaigne and began to tidy her hair while Bernard packed the remains of the food.
Add one gill brandy, one half gill Jamaica rum and one pint of champaigne.
champaigne and claret had brought Marble into good humour, nor was I at all out of spirits, myself.
Accordingly the consumption of champaigne and brandy continued till sunset.
Oh we strole round and eat ices and champaigne and that kind of thing and sometimes there is a little music.
The ancient Counts of champaigne resided here, and the Palace they liv'd in is still to be seen.
Port and Madeira are retailed at one dollar per bottle; champaigne, a dollar and a half.
Du Chesne was of mediocre talent and jealous disposition, and champaigne and Poussin soon left him.
champaigne returned to Brussels, but was recalled in 1627 to succeed Du Chesne.
We stopt to purchase some, and found them truly delicious; spirited, juicy, and possessing all the acid sweetness of champaigne.