word of the day


WORD OF THE DAY
Bergamot
BER-gə-motPart of speech: noun
Origin: Italian, late 17th century
1An oily substance extracted from the rind of the fruit of a dwarf variety of the Seville orange tree. It is used in cosmetics and as flavoring in tea.2A dessert pear of a rich and sweet variety.
 
Examples of Bergamot in a sentence “The house tea blend has strong notes of bergamot.” “We’re serving poached bergamot for dessert.”