- noun a plant with dark green stems, which are crystallised with sugar and used in confectionery
- A tall parsley-like plant, Angelica archangelica or A. officinalis. The blanched, peeled and boiled stalks and leaf ribs are candied for use as a decoration.
- a sweet fortified wine, associated with California, traditionally produced for use as Communion wine in church. It was formerly made from Mission or Muscat grapes and fortified with brandy, but is now made from almost any type and blend of wine, producing a wine that lacks any distinctive flavour.