Rose wines are wonderful all year long, but they do taste a little better on a hot summer day. We think you will enjoy these Rose wines.
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Jan 27, 2016 7:04:00 PM
Here is a pro-tip from the blog "First We Feast" on how to open a bottle of beer with just a sheet of paper. We were extremely impressed.
Never let anything come between you and your beer!
First We Feast: How to open a beer with just a sheet of paper.
Oct 22, 2015 12:04:00 PM
Lately, we have noticed an increased interest in Grenache, or Garnacha if you are in Spain, based wines. We are thrilled by this because Grenache based wines are delicious and you probably are enjoying them already. We’ve done some research and here are some of the facts on Grenache.
Grenache is one of the key varietals in Chateauneuf-du-Pape.
If you ever hear someone declare that a wine has the unmistakable flavor of a fruit roll-up, that person is probably drinking a Grenache. Ot...
Sep 30, 2015 7:04:00 PM
Fulton's Harvest Pumpkin is a limited availability, delicious, Fall liqueur. It is amazing on its own over ice or cut with a shot of bourbon. For the even more adventurous, Fulton’s provides some fun drink recipes to try. Here are three of our favorites.
Fulton’s Harvest Pumpkin Pie is a creamy, incredibly smooth liqueur made with an enticing blend of pumpkin, brown sugar and nutmeg.
- Full Moon Harvest
2 oz. Fulton's Harvest Pumpkin Pie Cream Liqueur, 1 oz. Amaretto
Pour Fulton's Harvest Pumpkin Pie...
Sep 23, 2015 8:04:00 PM
This time of year, any self-respecting blog that dabbles in beer takes a few minutes to expound on the wonders of Oktoberfest and Oktoberfest beers or Okotberfestbier if you are reading this in Munich. This is a self-respecting blog and we would be remiss if we did not take this opportunity to give you some tidbits we have collected.
German Oktoberfest pharse to know: "Wo sind die Bierzelte?" Translation, "Where are the Beer Tents?"
- Oktoberfest beers, also called Marzen or Marzen-Oktoberfestbier,...
Sep 18, 2015 8:04:00 AM
Have you ever noticed the difference between the first sip of wine and a sip 10-15 minutes later? That difference is the result of letting your wine breathe. By letting the wine breathe either by swirling in a wine glass or by pouring it into a decanter, you are exposing the wine to oxygen. A good example of a wine to experiment with is Cantor Ranch Malbec, a Liquor ‘N More Staff Pick in our Bourne store.
We opened our bottle of Cantor Ranch Malbec and immediately tried a sip. Our first reaction ...Read More
Sep 15, 2015 8:04:00 PM
Autumn is in the air and football is back. We are embracing the tailgating aspect of football because trying to taste a glass of Pinot while catching a football, seemed like a bad idea. That does not mean wine does not have a place in football, in fact Shiraz and Syrah are ideally suited for this fun, Fall activity.
First, as many of you know, Shiraz and Syrah are the exact same grape. Second, you cannot glean any subtle differences about a wine because it chooses to use one spelling of the grape...Read More
Sep 9, 2015 8:04:00 PM
Have you noticed that Liquor 'N More carries Bourbon from all over the United States? That's because not all Bourbon has to come from Kentucky. Enhance your Bourbon knowledge with this video from Liquor.com and after your done watching, check out our Bourbon selection.
Sep 8, 2015 3:06:00 PM
Do you get nervous at the thought of opening a bottle of Champagne or Sparkling Wine, especially in front of one person or even a room full of people? Sure, when the athletes are celebrating with Champagne, it looks like a lot of fun, but truthfully, who wants to be covered in bubbles?! Follow these simple instructions for easy opening of your next Champagne or Sparkling Wine Bottle.
1. Remove the foil wrapping.
2. With your thumb on the cork, lift up the wire key, and begin turning the wire ke...Read More
Sep 6, 2015 9:57:41 PM
No one wants to be the host that ran out of the essentials before the party was over. Of course by essentials we mean the wine, beer, and liquor. So how much beer, wine, and liquor do you need for your next event? Here are some handy parameters to help you plan.
- Most people will drink one to two drinks within the first hour and then one drink per hour till the party is over.
- A 750 mL bottle of wine typically holds four to five drinks depending on the pour and the size of the glass.
- A good mix of ...
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