Spanish juice

(Bot.) licorice.

See also: Spanish

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Cactus water, maple water, Birch water - there's even a new Spanish juice drink that actually contains 8% seawater." Sussex-based natural food wholesaler, Infinity Foods, stocks some of these new drinks but so far none of them are gaining the traction of coconut water, says sales and marketing manager Charlie Booth.
In those days, the art of making Spanish juice in a pop bottlewas passed down from father to son.
It lacks the tangy quality of the Spanish juice, but an all round healthy buy.