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Bacardi is a Caribbean-based company that manufactures rum. There are quite a variety of different flavors availabe, including a spiced rum, a silver rum, fruity flavors such as Bacardi Razz (raspberry), Bacardi Limon (lemon), and others. Bacardi's new Dragon Berry flavored rum is a delicious and smooth mix of strawberry and dragonfruit, which is sometimes called dragon fruit or dragon berry fruit. Dragon fruit is supposed to taste similar to a creamy mild melon flavor.
Published by Account Deletion Requested 62 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +22 votes | 5 comments
Light the shot glass carefully. The alcohol will ignite and if you spill it will burn your counter or table tops. Some people let it burn for a while for effect but that wastes alcohol in my opinion so I drop it right away into the mug of beer. After the shot glass has submerged into the beer mug and the flames have been extinguished, you pound the drink down.
Published by Knojiwriter 65 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +1 votes | 0 comments
White wines are very popular especially with women. White wines go with fish, poultry, pork, turkey and seafood. They also go with soft cheeses like brie. Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling are some of the most popular white wines. The flavor these wines have depends are where the grapes were grown.
Published by norlaw 65 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +2 votes | 3 comments
Red and White wines are both excellent. What wine you decide to serve will depend on what type of food you are serving and it also depends on what wine you like best. The rule of thumb is to serve red wine with red meat and spicy foods and to serve white wine with fish and poultry. This is not always true.
Published by norlaw 65 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +1 votes | 1 comments
Indian armed forces personnel are entitled to a liquor quota at subsidized cost every month. This quota is fixed as per rank and can be drawn monthly on a smart card. Officers up to the rank of Brigadier are entitled to 10 bottles of whisky/rum/gin/ wine or beer every month. This quota cannot be carried forward
Published by Madan G Singh 66 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to make homemade Irish Cream. Irish Cream drink recipes.
Published by Jaz 71 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +6 votes | 1 comments
Mix these tasty pink drinks and raise a toast to Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Published by Alison Penland 72 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +1 votes | 2 comments
A delicious and refreshing daiquiri recipe using fresh rosemary and rhubarb.
Published by Alison Penland 72 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +4 votes | 2 comments
Descriptions and recipes for three summer cocktails with vodka bases.
Published by Dawn Merrow 77 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +1 votes | 1 comments
Recipes and instructions on how to make three summery cocktails; mai tai, tequila sunset and manhattans.
Published by Dawn Merrow 77 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +5 votes | 2 comments
This contain shares some secrets, techniques and tips to rock your party.
Published by ganesh golha 79 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +2 votes | 0 comments
Beer drinkers always debate the question, what are the ten best beer cities in the world?
Published by Angie Rayfield 82 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +4 votes | 1 comments
Narrow down hundreds of cocktail blogs into a short list of the best cocktail blogs to be found.
Published by Angie Rayfield 82 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +2 votes | 1 comments
Make easy soju cocktails with the traditional Korean spirit called soju or shochu.
Published by Angie Rayfield 82 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +6 votes | 1 comments
Sake Cocktails you can mix yourself. Japanese rice wine Sake makes nice cocktails
Published by Amanda Wilkins 82 months ago in Cocktails & Bartending | +5 votes | 1 comments
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