- a fragrant, colorless, unaged brandy distilled from a fermented mash of cherries, produced especially in Germany, Switzerland, and Alsace, France.
Origin of kirsch
Also called kirsch·was·ser [keersh-vah-ser] /ˈkɪərʃˌvɑ sər/.
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- a brandy distilled from cherries, made chiefly in the Black Forest in Germany and in the Jura and Vosges districts of France
German Kirschwasser cherry water
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