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Cabernet Sauvignon is a young grape, first appearing in 17th century France as an accidental cross between the red Cabernet Franc grape and the white Sauvignon Blanc grape.
Though the Craft Beer boom has brought a renewed interest in beer in a can, the concept has existed since 1933.
Though most Bourbon is distilled in Kentucky, it is not a requirement of federal law. However, all Bourbon does have to be made in the United States and contain at least 51% corn.
Though tonic water is most often mixed with gin and sometimes vodka, it can also be mixed with Irish Whiskey to create a drink called the Leprechaun
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