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  • Wine: A solution to hair loss?

    by Sarah R. | 2 weeks ago | 0 comments

    The hair loss problem worries many people. Yet research on the subject has just done a nice surprise to many wine lovers. Scientists have discovered that drinking two glasses of wine a day makes hair grow. This news had already been assumed ten years ago, while students...

  • Wine labels : a world of inovation

    by Sarah R. | 3 weeks ago | 1 comment

    It would be a mistake to say that every great wine have a great label. Also, a flashy label doesn’t certify the quality of the drink. However, an innovative label can lead you to try some new and interesting options you wouldn’t have thought of. Casei de Advocatura Wine (Lawyer’s...

  • The Bitcoins enter the world of wine

    by Lucas B. | 3 weeks ago | 0 comments

    In New Zealand, a winery started to accept payments online with Bitcoin (the first in the Southern Hemisphere). This was a decision made to facilitate transactions for international clients. The Rollingdale winery, located in British Columbia of Canada, has been negotiating...

  • Electric shocks to Olives to improve productivity?

    by Lucas B. | 3 weeks ago | 0 comments

    Currently the European Union is preparing a project to improve the production capacity of olive oil. This project is called Olipulse. For Olipulse electricity plays a key role and the idea is that through electromagnetic pulses, it is possible to obtain more oil from olives....

  • Cockail with Champagne

    by Sarah R. | 4 weeks ago | 0 comments

    Champagne is a sparkling wine produced with the Champagne method. It has an appellation of origin from the Champagne region in France. The champagne is usually white, but it is also pink, made from different types of grapes, red for most. Most of the time, Champagne is associated...

  • What Frangelico is?

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    The Frangelico is a delicious liquor made from wild toasted hazelnuts, which are immersed in alcohol together with vanilla berries and spices. After a while, they are separated from the liquor by the filtering process, which is then sweetened and bottled. Frangelico is produced in...

  • Hot Toddy Collection

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    A punch can actually be hot or cold and the Hot Toddy is the perfect punch for winter as it is usually taken hot. In fact, in areas with a long tradition in whiskey, such as Ireland and Scotland, it is usually taken as a last drink before going to bed, in order to fight the cold...

  • Pastis

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    Pastis is a French drink created in 1932 by Paul Ricard used as an appetizer, which usually contains between 40 and 45 % of alcohol and is also the second most popular drink in France after the wine. Pastis is usually is diluted with 5 parts water for each measure of Pastis,...

  • Blue Hawaiian, the blue cocktail

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    There is a delicious cocktail considered to be the blue version of the famous tropical piña colada: the Blue Hawaiian and its striking blue fascinate every person who has seen it. Its main ingredient is rum (white or aged), and its color is spectacular and different. Hawaiian...

  • Eggplant dipped in red wine sauce: recipes with wine

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    The red wine in the kitchen is a very useful tool, enables us to give flavor to food without abusing fats, and in the case of eggplant dipped in red wine sauce, the same properties are still intact helping prevent fluid retention and improving digestion. Eggplant dipped in red...

  • How beer is fermented

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    The fermentation in beer is a basic and the most important part of its development process. It depends on the temperature and the mixture of different ingredients. Moreover, taking into account the composition of the juice, the, pressure, how we add yeast, the oxygen... During...

  • The magic of Prosecco

    by Sarah R. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    Prosecco is a sparkling wine from Italy, which generally can be dry or extra dry, produced from grapes Glera Prosecco or white wine. Glera or Prosecco grapes are grown in different regions of Italy, but to be used in this drink, they must come from the region of...

  • Lobster and red wine: recipe with wine

    by Sarah R. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    What best seafood than lobster to accompany a good wine? One of the most delicious and delicate dishes, even if it is not suitable for all budgets (unfortunately). But if you get the chance, you should try at least once in your life. And if you can cook it at home, with our help...

  • How and what to drink with a vodka

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    Vodka is one of the spirits of Russian origin (its name literally means “little water "), similar in its production to other high strength spirit. But it is unique in two things: in its most classic versions, it has absolutely no flavor nor odor. This feature makes it an...

  • Types of whiskey

    by Lucas B. | 1 month ago | 0 comments

    As we all know, the whisky is a cereals distilled beverage of Irish and Scottish origins, which dates back to the time of the Celts. The first written documents do not appear before the XV century. This is one of the most consumed alcoholic beverages in the world, and a culture...