Luxardo Cherries

Luxardo Cherries: How to make them?

Luxardo Maraschino cherries are used as garnishes or decorations in different pastries, confectionery, ice cream but also as ingredients in the recipes of classic cocktails such as: Manhattan, Pearl Harbor or Boulevardier. Etymologically, “marasca” comes from the Latin Amaris, which means “bitter”. Initially, these cherries, called marasche were preserved in Maraschino liqueur, a traditional Italian …

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What is Jägermeister?

Jägermeister Jägermeister is a bitter herbal liqueur, originating in Germany, made from an 80 years old secret recipe, made from over 50 herbs, fruits and spices. And now, it is bottled in the same distinct glass, square and green, as then. The label is inspired by the name, as Jägermeister translates from the German language …

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Dry wine

Dry wine

Beyond the mastery of the winemaker, the dry wine is primarily the expression of the grape variety, the soil in which it is planted and the climatic conditions of the harvest year. All these details are on the wine label and can help you make an inspired choice if you know how to decode them. …

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The Liver and Its Responsibility For Eliminating Alcohol

Alcoholic drinks are those which contain ethanol, a form of alcohol that can be attained from fermenting fruits or grains. Consuming alcohol has become an important part of the social setting of many cultures; the drinks themselves are considered legal in most nations. However, we should remember that alcohol is still a drug, albeit recreational, …

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