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Ideas to recycle your wine boxes

 TAGS:undefinedThere is a wide variety and I would say almost endless material that can be recycled to make our projects come to life, both useful and decorative. It is only a question of patience and organization. Just like wine bottles, wine boxes are an excellent material to recycle and to be turned into countless objects that apart from being decorative can be very useful.

  1. Jewelry boxes: One option to recycle wine boxes is to turn them into a box or separator for your jewelry. To do this cut the side and bottom parts of the box with a hacksaw or jigsaw. Fix the position of the parts with glue and with wooden nails and a hammer secure them. For the lid, cut a piece of the same size as the bottom of your box. If you like a rougher style, you don’t need to paint it, if you don’t like it, paint it two times, let each cover dry for two hours and there you go.
  2. Medicine chest: To create a medicine chest out of a wine box, first reinforce the structure of the wine box with wooden nails using a hammer. For the door, you can use wooden lathes and finally install some hinges.
  3. Suitcase: If you want something a little more sophisticated you can build a suitcase out of a recycled wine box. Therefore, cut the box in two parts, to form the two parts of the suitcase. Reinforce the structure wtih wooden panels and finally add the details with your preferred material like hinges and leather bands for the edges.
  4. Box or magazine rack: If you want some more storage space at home and you have a wine box to recycle, you can line it with cloth or paint it in you favorite color and put some legs on it. It serves as a box to store whatever you want or as a magazine rack.
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  5. Pet accessories: You can clean and decorate the wine box, e.g. lining it with cloth or sanding it around the edges and varnish it. Then you can add a cushion and offer it as a new bed to you pet. If you want to use it as a feeding place for you dog or cat, you only need to turn it upside down and cut two holes the size of their water and food bowls. Like this, your pet won’t drag its bowl anymore and can feed more easily. You can also build a bird feeder, cutting the pieces to construct a mini house with some big holes in the walls so the birds can feed. Remember to sand the feeder, so your guests feel well and brighten your day with their singing.
  6. Wall cabinet: If you like ambitious projects, you have 15 or more wine boxes to recycle and the style of your home os modern, this recycling project is for you: it is building a wall unit either for books, decorative objects or to store other useful objects. First, you need to attach the wine boxes to one another (horizontally) with nails and a hammer in groups of three. Once finished all the levels of three boxes, attach them to one another. Sand paper and paint your new furniture before you install it.

Would you like to read more about recycling? Get some ideas to give a second life to wine bottles!

 

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Pruno 2014:  a red wine with Ribera del Duero DO from Finca Villacreces cellar which blend contains tinta fina of 2014 and 13.5º of volume of alcohol.

 

 

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Pago de los Capellanes Crianza 2012: a red wine with Ribera del Duero DO with tempranillo and cabernet sauvignon of 2012 and 13.50º of volume of alcohol.

 

 

*Picture: Design Initiative y Ruben (flickr)

Football and wine: A passionate combination

 TAGS:undefinedAlthough at first sight it might seem that wine and sports do not have a lot in common, there are well-known sports persons who have taken seriously their passion for wine and have built up business on it.

Michael Laudrup, distribution entrepreneur

Michael Laudrup is an ex-football player and coach of the Welsh club of Swansea. He became famous in the 1990s when he played for the FC Barcelona, where he started to try and enjoy Spanish gastronomy and wine. Following his own website, Laudrup got to know another Danish family, the Buhls. Out of nostalgy for all these discovered delights, he founded a small business to import wine, almost exclusively for himself and some family and friends.

Like this, Laudrup Win & Gastronomi came to live in 1993. This business grew step by step and became later the most important importing company for wine and gourmet products from Spain to the Scandinavian country. Among its biggest sales there are some of the most famous Spanish wines: Muga, Allende, Artadi, Viña Pedrosa, Toro Albalá, Can Rafols del Caus and many more.

David Ginola, from ball artist to wine lover

Frenchman David Ginola became famous when he played for Paris Saint Germain. During this time he started to collect bottles. His passion made him meet Philippe Faure-Brac, former world champion sommelier and owner of Le Bistrot du Sommelier in Paris. He made him go into this interesting passion and thus he started to try and buy some of the best wines in the world. He soaked more and more knowledge about wine and different wine regions and today is a real expert.

Andrés Iniesta, the crazy heart (corazón loco) of wine

Andrés Iniesta, the famous player at Barça, opened his own winery in his native town Fuentealbilla, owning already some vineyards in the family. The winery is attached to the D.O. Manchuela and following the medals it has won in various competitions we can conclude that it is succeeding. His white wine elaborated from Verdejo stands out especially.

Andrea Pirlo, a passion since childhood

Pirlo started playing for Brescia in the mid-1990s and has remained faithful to his football roots with the purchase of a vineyard located in the hills of the city. Pirlo grew up in a wine-loving family and went to the vineyards already as a child. This vineyard Pratum Coller (which means ‘meadow hill’ in Latin) produces between 15.000 and 20.000 bottles of wine a year. Currently, they produce two kinds of red wine, one rosé and one white wine. They are planning to expand their range and volume of production.

The wine that crosses borders and sports

American football also has its representatives in the world of wine. The ex quarterback Dan Marino and Joe Montana are the two most famous ones who own their own wineries (Marino States and Montagia Wines respectively). Ice hockey also counts with some wine representatives: former Canadian star Wayne Gretzky has his own winery in the Niagara area, well known for producing outstanding ice wines.

 

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Corazón Loco 2014: a red wine from the Manchuela DO made with graciano and syrah of 2014. 

 

 

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Corazón Loco Blanco 2015: a white wine of the VT Castilla DO based on verdejo and sauvignon blanc of 2015. 

 

*Picture: Pratur Coller Wines 

8 foods that are no good for your digestion

 TAGS:undefinedIf you suffer from digestive problems you should avoid some foods that can make gases and cramps even worse. If you select your food wells, you can notably improve your digestion. What foods should you avoid

  1. Fats and fried food: We all like fried food once in a while. The problem arises if we want to eat it frequently and night time. “The stomach can’t  cope with that large amount of fat at a time, so it slows down”, says Dr. Anton Emmanuel, director at the Charity Core Center. It can cause heartburn, acid reflux and nausea.
  2. Spicy food: If you are not used to eating very spicy food it is very likely that it causes you stomach pain. A dairy product can help to calm down the nausea after having a spicy meal.
  3. Cheese and milk: If you feel stomach cramps or swelling after consuming these foods you might me suffering from lactose intolerance. Lactose intolerance occurs when people do not produce enough digestive enzymes to break down the sugar which is found in milk, called lactose. If you are intolerant to lactose, you can take other products with calcium like eggs, meat and fish.
  4. Fruit: Citrus fruits can cause heartburn, especially if taken on an empty stomach.
  5. Processed food: Processed food contains various chemical ingredients and high amounts of sugar and salt. They can cause stomach pain, diarrhea and mood swings.
  6. Coffee: Coffee stimulates the production of stomach acid. If consumed excessively it can cause inflammation, heartburn and stomach cramps. It is best to consume it together with other food.
  7. Gum: Some gum brands contain sweetener called sorbitol which can cause bloating and diarrhea.
  8. Ketchup: this sauce contains wheat and can therefore be difficult to digest.

We for our part, recommend a balanced diet, do some exercise and drink a little bit of wine every day, which is always good for both health and for joy 🙂

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Cune Crianza 2012: Cune Crianza 2012 is the evolution of “Tercer Año”, the first to be produced in Haro. Its vinification followed the ste ‘Claret’-style of the Médoc in Bordeaux

 

 

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Corimbo 2012: a red wine from Ribera del Duero DO of Bodegas La Horra cellar made with tempranillo of 2012 and 14,5º of alcohol. 

 

 

*Picture: Jim Bickett (flickr)

Winter wines for bad weather

 TAGS:undefinedAt home, in the restaurant in the bar or in the winery doesn’t matter, as long as it is warm: Winter is the season to eat more hearty dishes, based on stews and baked in the oven, that should go with their respective wines.

So, wines we drink in winter depend on the food we eat during that time of the year. In general, red wines, full bodied, strong and with an acceptable degree of alcohol that make us warm are the preferred wines of the season.

The presence of tannins is another factor to keep in mind when choosing  a winter wine. For strong meat, stews and other traditional plates, red wines with a long aging and maturing in barrels are best. However, we can also opt for the young wines that are emerging these days.

Not only red wines nourish us during the winter. White wines and rosés can also play a role. Also, the white wines should have a slightly higher alcohol content, well aged. White wine goes very well together with birds, certain fish seafood and pasta or winter salads. Even if white wine should be taken cold, in winter a drinking temperature of about 9° is recommendable.

The best drinking temperature for red wine in winter is around 17°. Room temperature is better than serving them cold.

Regarding the grapes, there are many possibilities. You can choose from Merlot to Cabernet Sauvignon, through Syrah, Chardonnay or Viognier, the latter regarding white wines. Malbec also goes very well with red meat and game, which are also important protagonists of these hard cold months.

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Mala Vida 2013: a red wine from the Valencia DO with the best bunches of syrah and tempranillo from the 2013 vintage. 

 

 

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Borsao Selección 2014: a red wine Campo De Borja with the best bunches of syrah and tempranillo from the 2014 vintage and with an alcoholic strength of 14º. 

 

 

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3 beautiful combinations of vegetarian meals and wine for this winter

 TAGS:undefinedToday we present you 3 vegetarian recipes for this winter to give you a treat without having to spend hours in the kitchen. On top, we’ll suggest an organic wine for each meal so you can enjoy even more!

1. Brussels sprout with pistachio dukkah

This may be the ideal entry or garnish to any other recipe you prepare at home. Brussels sprouts with pistachio dukkah is a rather light meal and if you wish you can brown them on top with some cheese and bechamel sauce.

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 500 grams of Brussels sprouts
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt

For the pistachio dukkah

  • 2 tablespoons toasted pistachios
  • 1 tablespoon almond flour
  • 1 tablespoon freshly roasted sesame
  • 1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1/2 tablespoon mustard seeds
  • 1/2 tablespoon cilantro
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper (optional)
  • 1 pinch of salt

Preparation

  1. Remove the outher leaves of the cabbages and wash the sprouts. Put them in a pot with salted water and cook until soft.
  2. Put mustard seeds, coriander and cumin in a mortar and grind to powder. Add the sesamo seeds, black pepper, almond flour, chili and salt and grind again. To finish the dukkah, add the chopped pistachios.
  3. Peal the garlic cloves and cut them into thin slices. Heat a little olive oil in a skillet and fry the garlic until golden. Add the drained Brussels sprouts and the dukkah. Sauté and remove from the heat.

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Ratpenat 2013 comes from the agreement between Celler Credo and the Museu de Ciències Naturals de Granollers for the defense of the evironment and the living beings that inhabit it.

 

 

 

2. Tomate curry

This recipe is ideal as a starter. It has some strong flavours to wake up your palate.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups dried chickpeas or 400g cooked chickpeas
  • 5 tomatoes or a can of tomatoe pulp
  • 2 potatoes
  • 1 onion
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 heaped tablespoon curry
  • 1 ginger to taste
  • Cumin to taste
  • Cilantro to taste
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Courgette
  • Eggplant

Preparation

  1. Cook the (soaked during the night) chickpeas in water for 15 minutes in the pot together with ½ onion, 2 potatoes cut in medium pieces, lemon, 1 garlic clove, a drizzle of olive oil and salt. You can add courgette, eggplant or squash.
  2. Beaten the tomatoes and cook them together with half an onion, 1 garlic clove, a drizzle of olive oil and salt in a pot over low heat for 30 minutes.
  3. Add the tomatoes and the spices to the chickpeas. Stir well, cover the pot and cook for 5 more minutes.

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Terra Remota Caminito Rosat 2014 is a rosé wine with DO Empordà from the Terra Remota cellar made with garnacha negra and syrah of 2014 and has a volume of alcohol of 14º.

 

 

3. Chestnut cream with mushrooms

Prepare this fine cream of chestnuts with fresh sautéd mushrooms. The preparation is very simple.

Ingredients (serves 4):

  • 200 grams of fresh chestnuts
  • 1 or 2 mushrooms
  • 2 onions
  • 1 cup cream
  • ¾ liter of vegetable broth
  • Water
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1 or 2 star anise
  • Vinaigrette

Preparation:

  1. Put water and salt in a pot. Add a couple of star anise. Make a cut in the skin of the chestnuts and put them in the pot. Cover and cook for 15 minutes.
  2. Julienne the onions and poach them in a pot with olive oil. Peal the chestnuts and add them to the onions.
  3. Pour the chestnut broth and the vegetable broth, season and cook for 15 minutes. Add the cream and purée to smooth cream.
  4. Season with pepper and olive oil.
  5. Slice the mushrooms and season them with salt and olive oil. Sauté them in a skillet with salt, pepper and a drizzle of Vinaigrette.
  6. Serve the cream with the mushrooms on top.

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Alaya Tierra 2013 a red wine from the DO Almansa is made with garnacha tintorera of 2013 and 16º of alcohol.

 

 

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A moderate consumption of beer is good for your health

 TAGS:undefinedWe have already talked about the 10 benefits of beer, always consuming it moderately, and there are more and more studies verifying it. This time  the Spanish Society of Primary Healthcare Doctors (Sociedad Española de Médicos de Atención Primaria (Semergen)) has published a study that puts forward what benefits the moderate consumption of beer has for health. These are the conclusions:

Nutrients: One of its caracteristics is its capacity to contribute to all kinds of nutrients and bioactive compounds that can be beneficial to health. Furthermore, it is an energy supplier and can be recommendable for people with low blood pressure.

Cardiovascular Protector: The study also shows that the moderate consumption of beer has a protective effect on the cardiovascular system, protecting people who may be at risk of suffering heart-realeted diseases.

Antioxidants: Beer is a good source for natural antioxidants, a property that helps to protect the organism.

Low in calories: The doctors of this study confirm that bottom-fermented beer is low in calories.

Vitamins: Besides, thanks to its elaboration process and the number of nutrients, beer contains vitamins, polyphenols, fiber, minerals and carbohydrates.The doctors acknowledge that all this makes it a valuable part of the healthy mediterranean diet. However, it has to be emphasized that this is only valid if the consumption is moderate. To be healthy, it has to be accompanied by a well-balanced diet and a healthy way of living.

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Old Engine Oil: a porter beer made in Scotland with an alcohol strength of 6º. 

 

 

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Innis & Gunn Original: a ale beer native of Scotland with an alcohol content of 6,6º. 

 

 

More wine and… better sex life

 TAGS:undefinedLet’s begin the new year with some good news: Drinking wine has, apart from several other benefits for health, a possible positive effect on women’s sex life.

This is the result of a study by Ricardo Bartoletti and Nicola Mondaini, two doctors from the University of Florence. Following their investigation there is a causal relationship between the moderate and regular consumption of wine and a better sexual health of women.

The study shows that drinking wine with moderation, about 1 to 2 glasses daily, makes women relax and loose inhibitions.

The study was carried out between approximately 1.000 Italian women between 18 and 50 years of age. In the group, there were as many non-drinking women as women drinking wine moderately on a regular basis.

The objective of the research was to measure the rate of female sexual function (a measure used in other scientific studies to investigate femal sexuality including issues such as sex life, desire, interest in sex, lubrication, orgasm, satisfaction in relationships or pain while having sex). As a result, the doctors found out that the group of women drinking 1 or 2 glasses a day, had a better index of sexual desire compared to the non-drinking women of the group.

From these results the doctors concluded that “there is a potential relation between the consumption of wine and a better sexuality“. Their hypothesis states that the chemical components of wine might stimulate the circulation towards the erogenous zones of the body and in this way increase the sexual stimulation.

Mondaini pointed out that red wine “makes women feel more relaxed and their body react better to sexual incentives” and he suggests that the Mediterranean diet, that includes a little wine, can help to improve health and sex life.

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Psi 2013: a red wine from Ribera del Duero DO based on the best of tinta fina and garnacha from 2013 and has a volume of alcohol of 13.5º.

 

 

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Flor de Pingus 2005: a red wine with Ribera del Duero DO based on tempranillo of 2005 and with 14º of alcohol content. 

 

 

Whisky from out of space

 TAGS:undefinedThe famous Whisky brand Suntory, the principal Japanese manufacturer of this drink, launches studies to age the distillate in conditions of weightlessness. The goal is to gain a milder drink.

Suntory considers it possible, that the weightless conditions in space could have an effect on the movement of the liquids, in a way that the water and alcohol molecules unite more easily, resulting in a whisky with a milder taste.

So, the outstanding Japanese brand last August sent 5 kinds of whisky to the International Space Station (ISS), to study how they age in a weightless surrounding.

The launch took place at Tanegashima space center, located in the southwest of the country. The samples arrived aboard the unmanned Japanese freighter HTV 5, also called “Konotori 5” (white stork), together with 4,5 tons of various other supplies.

This experiment is carried out jointly with the Japanese space agency (JAXA) in the Japanese experiment module of the International Space Station, nicknamed Kibo.

Suntory tests two experimental groups of distilled spirits in this weightless conditions for different periods of time. The first group will return to earth in September 2016, the other one will stay at least 2 years in space, according to the specialised publication of The Spirits Business.

In each group, the selection of various samples of the different alcoholic drinks will be stored in the space station, while another identical sample will be stored in Japan during the same period of time. Like this, the effects of the environments on the aging process can be studied. “Even though the researchers have taken into account a variety of scientific approaches to elucidate the underlying mechanism of this process, we still don’t have the full picture of how it happens”, says the group.

Among the whiskys sent do the ISS, there are samples of 10, 18 and 20-year-old ones, as well as distilled spirits that have not yet been submitted to the process of aging.

Suntory has stated that the space aged beverages will not be sold to the public because the objective is experimental.

*Picture: Le voyage dans la Lune – Wikimedia Commons

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The Yamazaki 18 Years: a Single Malt whisky native of Japan with an alcohol content of 43º. 

 

 

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Hibiki 12 Year Old: a Single Malt whisky made in Japan that presents an alcohol content of 43º.

 

 

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The Yamazaki 12 Years: a Single Malt whisky from Japan with an alcohol proof of 43º.

 

 

The sky above English gastronomy is full of Michelin stars

 TAGS:undefinedThe publication of the new Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland is always a highlight for fans of gastronomy, famous chefs and the best restaurants. London is one of the best rated cities world wide for culinary art and year after year is awarded various Michelin stars.

Of the 17 new entries in the Michelin Guide for London 2016, there are 15 restaurants awarded 1 star and 2 new restaurants awarded 2 stars: The Japanese restaurants Araki and Umu both gained 2 stars.

The sushi restaurant Araki, which opened its doors in Mayfair last summer, asks £ 300 per person for its omakase menu. It is supervised by chef Mitsuhiro Araki, who closed a three-Michelin starred restaurant in Tokyo in 2013 to open this one in London.

“It is a big compliment to London, that Sushi master Mitsuhiro Araki closed his three-starred restaurant in Tokyo to go to the United Kingdom and challenge himself in a different culture”, says Rebecca Burr, editor of the Michelin Guide.

Umu is a very different kind of Japanese restaurant. Its chef Yoshinor Ishii has constantly improved his cooking and brought it to a completely new level.”

Four more London restaurants were awarded one star, one of them is the modern British restaurant Lyle’s of James Lowe in Shoreditch, furthermore, Bonhams in Mayfair, The Portland in Regent Park and the restaurant of the Goring hotel in Victoria.

Among the one-star-winning restaurants outside London there are the Carters of Moseley in the West Midlands, the Gravetye Manor in West Sussex, The Man Behind the Curtain in West Yorkshire, John’s House in Leicestershire, Woodpeen in West Berkshire and the House of Tides in Tyne and Wear.

In Scotland The Cellar in Anstruther gained 1 star, just as Eipic and OX in Belfast, The Greenhouse in Dublin and Loam in Galway. 13 restaurants lost their outstanding Michelin-star qualification, among them Gordon Ramsay’s Maze in Mayfair, formerly led by  Jason Atherton, and the Indian restaurant Rasoi in Chelsea.

Be it as it may, London’s cooking is on top of the world and the city’s best restaurants have thrown their hats in the ring for the title of the World’s Best Restaurant, at the moment hold by the great El Celler de Can Roca.

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Coto de Imaz Reserva 2010: a red wine from the Rioja DO with a blend based on tempranillo of 2010 and has a volume of alcohol of 13.5º.

 

 

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Castle Of Dracula Marsecco Red Delle Venezie Vino Frizzante Semisecco: a sparkling wine from the Veneto DO and with an alcohol content of 10.5º. 

 

 

7 ways to have a brandy

 TAGS:undefinedThe word brandy originates from the Dutch word “Brandewijn” which means burned wine. To mix it in cocktails it is better to use younger ones.

There are different kinds of brandy and although it can be mixed, usually it is drunken plainly. Today we show you some brandy cocktails that you can prepare at home to make this drink more versatile.

1. Brandy Daisy

Ingredients:

  • 59 ml brandy
  • 2 dashes of rum
  • 2 to 3 splashes blue curacao
  • 3 to 4 splashes plain syrup
  • juice of ½ lemon
  • 1 Soda

Preparation:

  1. Put all the ingredients except the soda in a shaker with ice.
  2. Shake it well, strain and serve it in a big cocktail glass.
  3. Fill up with soda.

2. Metropolitano

Ingredients:

  • 44 ml brandy
  • 29 ml sweet vermouth
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar syrup
  • 2 splashes Bitter Angostura

Preparation:

  1. Put the brandy, vermouth, syrup and bitter in a shaker with ice.
  2. Shake, strain and serve in a cocktail glass previously cooled in the freezer.

3. Dirty Mother:

Ingredients:

  • 44 ml brandy
  • 22 ml coffee liquor

Preparation:

  1. Put all the ingredients in an old fashioned glass with ice.
  2. Stir with a mixing spoon and serve.

4. Cognaretto

Ingredients:

  • 59 ml cognac
  • 59 ml Amaretto

Preparation:

  1. Pour the brandy and amaretto in a tulip glass and serve.

5. Green Room

Ingredients:

  • 29 ml brandy
  • 59 ml French or dry Vermouth
  • 2 splashes curacao

Preparation:

  1. Mix well all the ingredients with crushed ice in a shaker.
  2. Strain and serve in a chilled cocktail glass.

 6. Babbies

Ingredients:

  • 44 ml apricot brandy
  • 14 ml cream
  • some drops of gin

Preparation:

  1. Mix well all the ingredients with crushed ice in a shaker.
  2. Strain and serve in a cocktail glass.

7. Between the sheets

Ingredients:

  • 14 ml brandy
  • 14 ml white rum
  • 14 ml Cointreau

Preparation:

  1. Put all the ingredients in a shaker with ice and mix well for a couple of minutes.
  2. Strain the mixture in a cocktail glass and serve.

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Soberano 1L

 

 

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Terry Centenario 1L