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Stellina is a herbal liqueur made by the monastic order of the Sainte Famille in Belley, France. It is considered similar to Chartreuse, both being made by monks in the same region, to secret recipes, and also coming in both green and yellow. However, Stellina is much younger, smaller, and much less-known than Chartreuse.


"Stellina" is a musical single of Gatto Panceri & Hitomi Harada.

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Phrases with Stellina

Phrases starting with the word Stellina:

  1. Stellina Hamulata
  2. Stellina Palustris

Phrases ending with the word Stellina:

  1. Trichodina Stellina
  2. Urceolaria Stellina
  3. Vorticella Stellina
  4. Species Trichodina Stellina
  5. Species Urceolaria Stellina
  6. Species Vorticella Stellina

Other phrases containing the word Stellina:

  1. Species Stellina Palustris
  2. Species Stellina Stagnalis

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Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

stellina. odorosa. (Itl. Sweet. woodruff. stelline. (Itl. see. stellette. stem ginger Peeled ginger rhizome, macerated and preserved in a sugar syrup to give a ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

Alsocalled stelline stellina odorosa Italy Sweet woodruff stelline Italy Stellette stem ginger Peeled ginger rhizome, macerated and preserved in a sugar syrup to give a soft translucent confection stem lettuce United States Celtuce Stephanie ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Herbs (2009)

A Comprehensive Reference to Herbs of Flavor and Fragrance by Thomas DeBaggio, Arthur O. Tucker

Galium odoratum gā-lē-ŭm ō-dŏ-rā-tŭm sweet woodruff French: aspérule odorante, petit muguet des bois German: Waldmeister Dutch: onze lieve vrouwenbedstro, meikruid Italian: stellina odorosa, piccolo murghetto, asperula odorosa ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Pasta (2009)

by Oretta Zanini De Vita

The factory-made stellina is described in Carena's Vocabolario domestico as pastina for broth. 251.

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods (2017)

by Mike Allen

Stellina Marie Aubuchon Chapman See also Communication Privacy Management Theory; Institutional Review Board; Privacy of Participants Further Readings Bute, J. J., and Vik, T. A. (2010). Privacy management as unfinished business: ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and Television, 2d ed. (2004)

by John Kenneth Muir

Stellina Rusich; Garwin Sanford ; Hailey and Jerry Clay- ford-Beckie (Baby Celia); Alisa Tortolano (Rebecca ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film (2000)

Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young

Caroline Elliott, Suzy Joachim, Garwin Sanford, Colleen Rennison, Stellina Rusich, Jenafor Ryane, Nathaniel Deveaux, Dean Choe, Jimmy Broyden, Mike Cresijo, Joanna Piros, Cheryl Wilson, Kevin Hayes, Dwight McFee, Arien Jones, ...

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Scrabble value of S1T1E1L1L1I1N1A1

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