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Red Wine Hot Chocolate

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In celebration of Women’s Month, treat yourself to Red Wine Hot Chocolate on these wintery chilly days! Ingredients: 1 ½ cup of milk 1 cup od Red Wine 1/3 cup of dark chocolate blocks Whipped Cream Method: On medium heat, mix milk and chocolate in a saucepan. Whisk until chocolate is melted. Pour in red […]

Everything you need to know about Prosecco

Everything you need to know about Prosecco

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To all the Prosecco fans out there, how well do you know this Italian sparkling wine? Unlike other wines, Prosecco deteriorates with age and after 3 years, starts to lose its aroma. Prosecco is fermented into different fizz styles and sweetness. It is made from the Glera grape in Northern Italy. The region is split […]

Pinotage 101

Pinotage 101

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Pinotage is a unique South African wine made from a grape variety that thrives in the South African climate. Pinotage grapes were created in 1925 and made available to the market in 1941, making it one of the youngest wines in the world. If not grown correctly, the grapes can give the wine an acetone-like […]

Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Buttered Rum

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Make this delicious hot buttered rum recipe with Liquor City! Ingredients : 115g unsalted butter ½ cup brown sugar 1 tsp grated orange zest ¾ tsp grated cinnamon ¾ tsp ginger ½ tsp nutmeg 30ml rum ¾ cup of boiling water Fresh orange juice Method : Beat butter with the sugar, orange zest, cinnamon, ginger […]

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Alcohol made from different grain types

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Different alcohol beverages are made with the help of different grains types. Have you ever wondered what type of grain is used to make your favourite alcoholic beverage? Corn is used as the base for most whiskeys. According to research, when corn is mashed and distilled it produces a colourless liquor which consists of a […]

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French Wines

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France – usually the number one country you think of when it comes to wine making. The French have been the experts in wine production for centuries, dating back to the 6th century right through the middle ages, even into the industrial revolution. But why is French wine so good? The answer is simple. Generations […]

Liquor City Matches Map

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Now that the FIFA World Cup Group stages are over the thrilling Round of 16 begins! Follow your favourite teams with Liquor City’s downloadable Matches Map complete with dates and match times. Click on the image below to open and print or download and send to a friend.

The Drinking Game That’s Guaranteed To Make Your Team WIN!

The Drinking Game That’s Guaranteed To Make Your Team WIN!

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Get into the FIFA World Cup spirit with this go-to drinking game! Play it with some close mates and divide between the 2 football teams during a match for a lekker time. Penalties – Everyone to sip out of a bottle. Attempts at goal – Pour drink into neutral cup. Yellow Card – 5 Sips. […]

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Alcohol trends among Millennials

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Millennials are classified as the generation born in the years of early 1980s and mid- 1990s to early 2000s. Statistically speaking, Millennials think differently when it comes to alcohol opposed to the generation before. Millennials tend to want to discover new liquor brands that they can share with their friends. Research has shown that there […]

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Become a Sparkling Wine Fundi!

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Champagne vs Méthode Cap Classique: Do you know the difference between champagne and Méthode Cap Classique? Champagne, also referred to Méthod Champenoise, is a type of sparkling wine that is produced from grapes grown in the Champagne region of France. The method to produce this type of wine is of utmost importance. The process involves […]

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Brandy Malva Pudding for Father’s Day

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Surprise your dad this Father’s Day by treating him to a Brandy Malva Pudding. This recipe is easy to incorporate in an existing Malva pudding recipe that you may have. You will need for the Pudding: 2 Eggs Pinch of Salt 128g Castor Sugar 5ml Smooth Apricot Jam 170g of Cake Flour 5ml of Bicarbonate […]

Quit “Wining” – You Can Drink Wine too!

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A lot of people think that drinking wine is only for the sophisticated. Drinking wine can be done by anyone. There are many different varieties of wine – for any personality. Wine can be consumed on its own or as a spritzer. It doesn’t matter if it is red or white nor dry or sweet. […]