By Marissa Gerson, The Associated PressFood writerCigar lovers will remember the classic Southern Comfort liqueurs that are famous for their peppermint, orange and peach flavors.
The brand has gone through several name changes, but the classic flavors are still on the shelves today.
The flavors are named after Southern California, which includes the state’s Pacific Coast cities of El Segundo and Torrance.
The flavors are also popular in Orange County, and there are other flavors in the Orange County region.
Orange liqueures are typically made with a blend of peach, peach and orange, but orange liquors can also be made with other fruits and spices, such as vanilla or nutmeg.
They’re commonly used in cocktails like the Peach & Jam Liqueurs, a drink made from peach liqueurized spirits, peach limes and orange limes.
The Southern Comfort brand started in 1959, when James E. “Pete” Smith Sr. bought the brands name, and began selling them at local bars and restaurants in Los Angeles.
The company was named after the southern California city of Orange, which is also known for its orange trees.
The original Southern Comfort was made with Peach & Jasmine Liqueures, but it has also been made with peach and peach liquor.
The original Southern comfort liquer is now called the Peach Liqueure, but that name is not in use anymore.
The new Southern Comfort is a mix of peach and peaches liqueured spirits with peach liquespice and orange peel, along with a mix for the fruit of the fruit tree, a mix from the fruit family, and a combination of peach licespice, peaches and orange.
A mix of the Southern comfort brands flavor and color can be found at The Wine Bar and Bar on Westlake Boulevard in Orange.
The flavor is a combination that is similar to the original Southern liqueure but is more intense, according to a company spokesman.
The liqueors can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, including by adding it to cocktails, making a splash with a drink or a mix, or in a drink to go.
They can be used in wine or spirits drinks, desserts and a range of other cocktails, the company said.
To make the southern comfort liquesprite, add the liqueor to one-gallon glass, or two-gallons of water, with a straw and ice.
The water must be hot enough to kill the yeast that is in the fruit.
The liqueoring solution should not be too hot.
The result should taste like an orange soda.