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TYPE: Cocktails
Eggnog Christmas Special Beverage

Eggnog Christmas Special Beverage

Eggnog is a very famous drink in Western World, which is consumed on the occasions of Christmas and New Year, especially. It is almost a tradition to consume Eggnog during the winter holiday season. So, what is Eggnog? Eggnog is a Milk Egg Punch. Punch is basically a mixture of beverages with alcohol in it. So, Eggnog is basically a Punch with Milk and Eggs. Usually, Eggnog is made with rum and brandy mixed with beaten eggs, milk and sugar. Do we where Eggnog started and how? It is believed that Eggnog was created by Monks in today's Great Britain, around 13th century, where the monks used to drink something called Posset, which is a strong ale made with eggs and figs. This Posset could have gradually transformed into today's Eg...

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TYPE: Mocktails
Spiced Apple Juice Mulled Apple Juice Winter Mocktail

Spiced Apple Juice Mulled Apple Juice Winter Mocktail

Winter is the time for warm and spiced beverages. Traditionally, a wide range these spiced warm beverages are prepared across Europe to beat winter chills and make the holidays season more merrier with friends and family. Gradually, these special category drinks are gaining fans across the globe and many of these spiced beverages are now appearing in many parts of the world outside Europe. Think about European winter and holidays season and one of the first drinks that comes to mind is the Mulled or Spiced Red Wine! They also make Mulled White Wine but Red version is my drink! But for the teetotalers' out there, we got non-alcoholic version of mulled or spiced beverages to add zing to your winter. One such leader beverage is Spiced...

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TYPE: Wines
Mulled Red Wine Spiced Wine Holiday Drink

Mulled Red Wine Spiced Wine Holiday Drink

Spiced Red Wine or Mulled Red Wine is the drink for winter holiday period across Europe. Red wine slow cooked with generous addition of titillating spices makes for a divine beverage. The spiced and hot beverage, with its first sip itself, warms up your core, lights up your face and brings a smile on your face :) A perfect drink to knock the chills of winter and enjoy the holiday season evenings with friends and family! I was introduced to this delicious beverage during my first winter in London, UK, all the way back in 2002. On a freezing cold winter evening, baring the infamous chilly breeze of London, I was walking out of Sainsbury's store with my weekly shopping, just few days before Christmas. There was this caravan that was ha...

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TYPE: Flavoured Milk
Tags: Traditional
Bulletproof Keto Coffee

Bulletproof Keto Coffee

INTRODUCING KETO DIETS Keto is the short form of ‘Ketogenic”. The main aim of this diet is to induce the process of ketosis in the body. This process produces ketones which are critical to enhance the overall body functions. These ketones are produced only when one consumes low carbs and high proteins. In simple words, this diet is a low carb diet that turns your body into a fat-burning machine. The keto diet has proven to be one of the safest and most effective to those who diligently follow it. Strictly avoid the consumption of grains, sugar, fruits (apples and bananas), and tubers (like potatoes). This directly results in an acne-free skin, maintains blood pressure and cholesterol and also effectively regulates the menstrual cycle...

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TYPE: Flavoured Milk
English Tea

English Tea

ORIGIN OF THE ENGLISH TEA Since the eighteenth century, the United Kingdom has been one of the world's greatest tea consumers, with an average annual per capita tea supply of 1.9 kg (4.18 lbs). The British Empire was instrumental in spreading tea from China to India; British interests controlled tea production in the subcontinent. Tea, which was an upper-class drink in continental Europe, became the infusion of every social class in Great Britain throughout the course of the eighteenth century and has remained so. Tea is a prominent feature of British culture and society. In both the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, the drinking of tea is so varied that it is quite hard to generalise. While it is usually served with milk...

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