Fino and manzanilla age beneath healthy layers flor and are therefore the crispest and brightest.
Herbert sipped at the remaining bottle, and finding himself in the superior society of an old manzanilla, refilled his glass.
The captain could not attend, as we were nearing the town of manzanilla.
By the way, the real thing to eat with manzanilla is the alpistera.
manzanilla, thirty miles south from this, has three thousand.
If an exception is to be made, let it be only in favour of Valdepeas and manzanilla.
But too persistently and too long, altogether too long, had the trees been cut down and the manzanilla harvested.
manzanilla, man-za-nil′a, n. a very dry and light kind of sherry, esp.
"There is nothing amiss, señor and my father," answered the young man, as he raised a large cup of manzanilla to his lips.
Very heavy rains have fallen in the interior and in the neighborhood of manzanilla.