muse

doanquang

Member
English - Vietnamese
Cocktail Cointreaupolitan
The Brand and its muse let more than 400 guests experience a delectable night.

Is "muse" similar to "flavour" in above context?

Thank you
 
  • dadane

    Senior Member
    English-London
    I think it is closer to 'style' or 'character', a slightly broader meaning than 'flavour' but one which could encompass flavour.
     

    perpend

    Banned
    American English
    Doanquang, I think Ditta is the "muse" for the cocktail named "Cointreaupolitan", and it's a promotion.

    Ditta, dadane, er, "ditto". :)
     
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