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BOL

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Bolivia. The code is used for transactions to and from Bolivian bank accounts and for international shipping to Bolivia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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All Bols Around the World finalists will become Bols Ambassadors in their own region and be trained extensively at the Bols Bartending Academy.
Bols developed the new design after more than a year of research involving the world's best mixologists and cocktail experts.
To suggest a finishing touch for Asian foods, you might mention Ty Ku Liqueur 20%, which has a hint of ginger; Bols Lychee 17%, which would be great with ice and soda alongside a hot Szechuan dish; and Loft's Organic Lemongrass 25%, which is already spicy and not too sweet.
The Bols range, including Raspberry, Amaretto, Apricot or Melon, cost pounds 10.
It's like nothing you've ever tasted before, unless you tasted it before Prohibition," says Tal Nadari, managing director for Lucas Bols U.
Bols is encouraging bartenders to upload cocktail recipes for the Heat 1 Iconic Cocktails stage.
Alexander Bols, Intersport Jan Bols' general manager, will share how the athletic equipment and clothing store is using RFID to boost sales and decrease costs.
This novelty item was produced by Dutch company Lucas Bols, which had a distillery in France, between 1957 and the end of the Seventies.
In my tasting notes, Bols Genever, 42% ABV; had a light amount of juniper and the fruitiness of pears.
He would have liked the fact that a new prize is being established in his name at Harvard's Du Bols Institute, which is to be given to the student whose work best exemplifies the qualities Philippe so amply embodied.
The announcement came only a day after Diageo said it would sell its Asbach and Metaxa brandy brands to Dutch-based Bols Royal Distilleries in a deal believed to be worth about pounds 125 million.
Dutch firm Royal BolsWessanen NV agreed to sell its Bols Royal Distilleries division to its management and venture-capital company CVC Capital Partners, marking the end of a five-year effort to combine Wessanen foods with Bols drinks.