quaffable


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quaffable

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It's 100% malbec with a very quaffable edge, and the hedonistic notes of chocolate and coffee are a real treat.
The perfect party starter, this fruity pinot has a lovely whiff of apples and pears and is perfectly quaffable without food.
It's very quaffable and a nice alternative to prosecco - a gentle fizz but not too sweet.
The Blood Orange IPA has been created by McColl's Brewery and is described as "totally and utterly refreshing" and "quaffable".
On thecocktail menuchoose from quaffable creations such as Koko Tattu - vodka, coconut and lemongrass, Geisha's Kiss - rum, apple and cinnamon and Crouching Tiger - rum, mint smoke and ginger.
Choose from quaffable creations such as the Cow Girl (pisco, pink grapefruit, ginger liqueur, big bubble foam) or the Amburana Twist (amburana, tuaca, creme de cacao, cocchi torino, bitters).
The 50-cover restaurant also has a chic cocktail bar serving up a stylish selection of quaffable creations such as apple martini, lemongrass mojito and the intriguing sounding spicy mojito.
Vibrant, raspberry, vanilla, quaffable, clean finish.
But it's enabled the operator to test the limits of how to make flavorful yet quaffable drinks.
"And Smooth Sail finishes with a subtle citrus kick at a quaffable 4.5% alcohol by volume."
As for Cava, the big multiples must be leaning right and hard on suppliers as there's perfectly quaffable gear to be had for not much past the deep sea diver mark.
Their 'sonic decanter' uses ultrasonic waves to speed up the ageing process of cheap plonk by breaking down its preservatives and transforming it into something much more quaffable. According to its inventors Michael Coyne and Charles Leonhard, it works in just 20 minutes and softens tannins to achieve superior flavour and aroma.