quaffable


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quaffable

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Claire husband finished We even wash it all down with Stein's Spanish red wine - his own blend of tempranillo and syrah, which is quaffable and creamy - and actually a bit of a bargain at PS25, compared to a lot of wines in fancy restaurants.
uk), a smooth Spanish number with a quaffable balance of red fruits, which slides down a little too easily alongside some hearty bangers.
Meanwhile Formby Blonde, from that town's young Red Star Brewery, was a thoroughly quaffable session ale.
This is a smooth, fruity drop which is so quaffable, it's impossible to stop at just one glass.
This is a huge amount of wine for less than a fiver and crafted in an extremely quaffable style.
Nice curry with glass of water just now much as I rave about Irish and British craft beers, it's the Germans who seem to have cracked it when it comes to very quaffable lowalcohol numbers.
It has a medium malt backbone that makes for a very balanced quaffable lager that highlights the characteristics of the Jameson barrels.
Aged in ex-bourbon barrels and made for sipping (but extremely quaffable in a Dark 'n Stormy cocktail, just add ginger beer), Gosling's Family Reserve Old Rum (PS47.
One of the world's giants and most well-known wine brands, Fairhills has been instrumental in investing in the long-term future of growers in South Africa and Argentina and their partnership with Tesco has produced two very quaffable wines.
Overall, it is beautifully balanced, juicy in the best possible way and entirely quaffable.
Le Saison Des Fetes, a Belgian-style farmhouse ale, combines French hops, European malt and Belgian yeast into an interesting, approachable and eminently quaffable brew.
The very quaffable house rose (PS20 a bottle) washed it down nicely.