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ReBeth 24m
Zinfandel (aka Primitivo) is a medium-bodied red wine that originated in Croatia. Wines are fruit-forward and spicy with a medium length finish.
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ReBeth 45m
A Vienna is made by adding two shots of particularly strong espresso together before whipped cream is added as a substitute for milk and sugar. The Vienna is a melding of the strong flavours of straight espresso, with the smoothness of sugary cream.
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ReBeth 18h
"Wine is sunlight, held together by water" - Galileo Galilei
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ReBeth Aug 17
"It’s amazing how the world begins to change through the eyes of a cup of coffee." - Donna A. Favors
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ReBeth Aug 16
Sangiovese is a red Italian wine grape variety that derives its name from the Latin sanguis Jovis, "the blood of Jupiter". Sangiovese is the primary grape used to make two of Italy’s most popular types of wine: Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino.
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ReBeth Aug 16
An affogato is a simple dessert coffee that is a treat during summer and after dinner. It is made by placing one big scoope of vanilla ice cream within a single or double shot of espresso.
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ReBeth Aug 15
Merlot is a red wine grape variety from Bordeaux in France. Merlot is widely planted across the world and, in terms of the volumes produced, is rivaled only by its Bordeaux companion, Cabernet Sauvignon.
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ReBeth Aug 14
The native origin of coffee is thought to have been Ethiopia. The earliest substantiated evidence of coffee use is from the early 15th century, in the Sufi monasteries of Yemen.
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ReBeth Aug 14
Pinotage is South Africa's signature grape variety. Pinotage is used to make everything from low-quality table wines to rich, concentrated wines with flavors of black and red fruits, spice, leather and chocolate.
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ReBeth Aug 14
Coffea arabica is a species of Coffea believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated. It is the dominant cultivar, representing some 60% of global production.
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ReBeth Aug 13
“Accept what life offers you and try to drink from every cup. All wines should be tasted; some should only be sipped, but with others, drink the whole bottle.” ― Paulo Coelho
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ReBeth Aug 12
"The powers of a man’s mind are directly proportional to the quantity of coffee he drinks." - Sir James MacKintosh
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ReBeth Aug 12
Chenin blanc is a white wine grape variety from the Loire Valley of France. Its high acidity means it can be used to make everything from sparkling wines to well-balanced dessert wines.
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ReBeth Aug 12
Breve is an American variation of a latte: a milk-based espresso drink using steamed half-and-half mixture of milk and cream instead of milk.
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ReBeth Aug 11
“If we sip the wine, we find dreams coming upon us out of the imminent night” ― D. H. Lawrence
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ReBeth Aug 10
Espresso is coffee of Italian origin, brewed by forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. Espresso is thicker than regular coffee, has a higher concentration of suspended and dissolved solids, and has crema on top.
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ReBeth Aug 9
This Women's Day, raise a toast to her, celebrate HER.
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ReBeth Aug 8
Café Latte A fairly popular option for coffee drinkers, a latte consists steamed milk and a single shot of coffee. It is usually frothy, and you’ll occasionally encounter cafes that don’t understand the difference between this and a flat white.
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ReBeth Aug 7
Caffeine and sugar, the two basic food groups. Laurell K. Hamilton
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ReBeth Aug 5
Caffè Americano You can make this type of coffee quite simply by adding hot water to a shot of espresso coffee. It has been said that American soldiers during the Second World War would make this type of coffee to make their beverages last longer.
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