hay vinos de agua ardiente,aquales son?

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Hi Judy. Welcome to the forum.

I got this from Wikipedia --

Aguardiente is the generic name for alcoholic drinks between 29 and 60 percent alcohol, meaning "firewater", or, literally "burning water." The word itself is a compound word, combining the words for water ("agua" in Spanish, "água" in Portuguese, or "auga" in Galician) and burning ("ardiente" in Spanish, "ardente" in Portuguese and Galician).

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  • Oh...Not so sure I believe the "wikipedia" bit. I think you like to have more fun than you let on! ;-) - Gekkosan Jul 4, 2010