Pousse-caf'e
Pousse-caf'e Pousse"-ca`f['e]", n. [F., fr. pousser to push + caf['e] coffee.] A drink served after coffee at dinner, usually one of several liqueurs, or cordials, of different specific gravities poured so as to remain separate in layers; hence, such a drink of cordials served at any time. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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