The fruit is also very extensively employed in the preparation of the liqueurs known as kirschwasser, ratafia and maraschino.
From their replies, the Emperor suspected that it was ratafia; but he would not have sworn to it.
Add laurel-leaves, bitter almonds, or ratafia, to give it a flavour; then put it into cups.
The yolks of eight eggs, about eight drops of essence of ratafia.
In the ratafia cherry several flower-peduncles arise from a common peduncle, upwards of an inch in length.
It was cheap, clean, certain, and the taste of ratafia was far from unpleasant.
Mix them with the flour and sugar and then very, very carefully add a few drops of ratafia.
ratafia is similarly manufactured, also by preference from a gean.
That was enough to give the ratafia of the good man of Neuilly the reputation of being the best in Europe: the king had said so.
The king was one day hunting, and found himself at the Neuilly Bridge; being thirsty, he wanted a glass of ratafia.