This is the most famous and popular of hot alcoholic drinks, which is prepared in the winter almost everywhere with a small national differences. Mulled wine is a red wine, boiled with sugar and spices; very often there is added the fruit.He appeared in the Middle ages in Europe, was originally made on the basis of Bordeaux and claret. Now used for making red dry and semi-dry wines.
Mulled wine in the winter cook almost all European countries, sell from stalls at the Christmas markets, and in many cities such trays are open
from December to February – you can drink a glass, pausing for a moment on the street. However, in different countries there are some differences. For example, in Germany in the wine add a little rum to Isiro agave, England – gin, honey and rosehip syrup. There is even a white mulled wine – for those who have red wine doesn’t like.
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Cocoa from the Dominican Republic – ways of making a unique drink
To Akao, like coffee, in the Dominican Republic is a major part of exports due to high quality, mouthwatering taste and aroma. Ground Dominican cocoa that they sell on the shelves of our stores, only slightly resembles the rich aroma of the drink that you can try only on vacation. In the souvenir shops of the country you can buy this product in powder or balls. Cocoa butter from the Dominican Republic is an important ingredient of balls. This component gives the drink a distinctive taste and favor.
From the history of cocoa
The birthplace of cocoa is Central America. Its appearance dates back to
1100 years BC. The Olmecs used the pulp to make alcoholic beverages, and seeds for hot drink with added water, corn, vanilla and pepper.
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The Spaniards found cocoa in 1519 in the treasures of Montezuma II, when they conquered Mexico. Drink with pepper they don’t hit the spot, Continue reading
Saturday, February 8, celebrates the Day of Russian science. On this day ABC decided to cook a very tasty and refreshing dish with the use of molecular gastronomy.
The celebration of the Day of Russian science was established by presidential decree in 1999. The day was dedicated to the Foundation of the Russian Academy of Sciences, founded by Peter 8 February 1724.
More than 14 Soviet and Russian scientists, members of the RAS have been awarded Nobel prizes. First awarded in 1904,became academician I. P. Pavlov for his work on the physiology of digestion, and in 1908 the Nobel prize was awarded I. I. Mechnikov for works on the immune system. The last Russian became a laureate physicist K. S. Novoselov, who in 2010 won the prestigious award for his innovative experiments Continue reading