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FEB
9th

Introducing Daffy-down-dilly Confectioners’ Awesome 1 Kilo Assorted Sweet Box

Article By: Natalie Brittain

Introducing Daffy-down-dilly Confectioners’ awesome 1 Kilo Assorted Sweet Box – full to bursting with a 1 kilo mix of jelly and gummy sweets, fizzy sweets and chocolate – the very best selection of Pick and Mix Sweets available from their sweet shop online UK. Daffy-down-dilly Confectioners in Sidmouth, Devon have a wonderful product for the perfect sweet gift or treat. A beautiful presentation sweet box hand packed and finished with coordinating ribbons, which is then filled with the very best

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FEB
8th

Effects of Alcohol Addiction

Article By: Ashley Rosa

While expending liquor in little sums has its medical advantages, utilizing liquor as an escape from day by day social and work weights could prompt to destructive impacts. Devouring liquor more than the body can continue can make ready for obliterating wellbeing conditions, including changeless harm to the liver. What is liquor dependence? At the point when a man turns out to be so reliant on liquor that it gets to be distinctly hard to work without it, the condition is called liquor enslavem

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DEC
12th

The Moscow Mule: The History and Resurrgence of the Drink and the Copper Mug

Article By: JT Smiles

This is the story of the Moscow Mule drink and mug, the rise in popularity, and a few recipes of the refreshing drink. If you mix spicy ginger beer, lime juice, vodka and garnish it with a slice or wedge of lime you have the refresing Moscow Mule, also known as a Vodka Buck. And you may take my word for it... it is refreshing and very GOOD! The recipe became popular in the 1940's as Hollywood celebrities took a liking to this locally invented drink and, of course, what Hollywood likes will most

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OCT
20th

Everything You Need to Know About MUGCLUBS App

Article By: Mug Clubs

From the recent studies, it has been identified that bars introducing loyalty programs have been able to enhance their sales volume in an effective manner. The main objective of a loyalty program is to add more value to the needs of consumers. Most bar loyalty programs are suitable for bars, pubs and restaurants. But these programs have their limitations when it comes to breweries, brewpubs or bars whose sole focus is ‘BEERS’. It is no secret that BEER is the most widely consumed alcoholic beve

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OCT
20th

Water: An Essential Nutrient

Article By: Adrian Joele

We humans need to drink a fair amount of water everyday in order to stay healthy. Thirst should tell us how much pure water we need. However, the thirst mechanism has usually been distorted by the taste of coffee, soft drinks etc. and the 'busyness' of our lives, where we don't even notice the desire for water. Water needs vary greatly. We require much more when physically active in summer than when we sit indoors in winter. A concentrated diet generates greater need for water than a lot of frui

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SEP
20th

Use Your Sensory to Discover the Basic Wine Characteristics

Article By: Maria A Williams

Learning the wine characteristics can be very pleasant or a time-and-resource-consuming passion. By understanding the basic wine characteristics after including some basic background knowledge and a logical approach you can increase your individual enjoyment. Unfortunately, wine tasting is actually a difficult process that asks lots of concentration on analysing and it takes much more than simply sipping some fermented grape. To understand the basic characteristic of the wine you taste, you need

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AUG
31st

The Guide to Pinot Noir Wine

Article By: Maria A Williams

Pinot Noir is a red wine grape that originated in Burgundy and it is one of the oldest wine spices planted in France. The name is derived from the French words pine and black, pine to describe tightly clustered grapes. Today, Pinot Noir grapes are all around the world. The first historic evidence is associated 2,000 years ago in the French region known as Pasco Robels - this was an ideal soil to produce tightly packed clusters. Some wine experts call it "heartbreak grape" because of the thin ski

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AUG
12th

Ways to Make Cookie Baking More Fun

Article By: JB Cookie Cutters

Baking cookies is a fun experience for just about anyone. It can be a great way to spend time with your kids or to get yourself into the holiday spirit. Sometimes, baking cookies can feel like a bit of a chore. This is especially true if you are making cookies for a bake sale or if you have a lot you need to do. There are some ways you can make it more fun, though. Here are some ways to make baking cookies even more fun than normal. Fun Cookie Cutters There are many different cookie cutters th

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JUL
20th

The Benefits of Using Glass For Your Tea Sets

Article By: Vikram KR

Tea drinking has been one of the most popular types of entertainment that is still prevalent in the modern world. Dating back as far as to 2737 BC, tea drinking has developed to become a social custom and a socially acceptable way to meet new people in countries like China and Britain. In other South Asian countries like India, tea is a very popular beverage that is brewed in homes almost every day and is brewed in a number of different ways. In the recent times, there has been a lot of new inno

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JUN
18th

From Plant to Cup: The Journey of a Nespresso Compatible Capsules

Article By: Elisa Scarton

The coffee pod market is an international gold mine. Thanks to Nespresso, who originally paved the way for the home barista, numerous companies have jumped on board. These pods are cheap to produce and cheap to sell. They make it possible for anyone with a home coffee machine to enjoy consistent coffee each and every time. Considering there are a huge amount of small boutique retails trying to share in this international market, it must be hard for them all to make a profit. Majority of these co

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