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How To Make Fig Brandy


When fresh figs are ripe and rich with honeyed flavour, spend just a few minutes in the kitchen to prepare for the holiday season ahead. Use inexpensive brandy. After a month, the liquid transforms to a syrupy, sweet sip, sensational with a cookie or a bit of cheese. There’s a bonus, too. The figs will be infused with the citrusy, herbal brandy, ready to slice thin and serve over ice cream or match slim wedges with creamy blue cheese.

 

A New Dawn for Brandy


A global awakening of interest in craft distilled spirits is drastically changing the landscape for brandy, one of the oldest and most noble of them all.

 

Bake a Boozy Holiday Bread


Bump up the holiday spirits with this ultra boozy bread. It’s the holiday season, which means it’s time to kick back, relax and make merry. 

 

Surprising facts about South African Brandy


I had the privilege of joining the South African Brandy Foundation for a luncheon this week at 54 on Bath Hotel and I left there with a much deeper understanding of this fine spirit and a need to learn much more.

 

Millennials are all about brown liquor and brands are taking notice


The days of a variety of flavored vodkas appear to be in the past. Today, millennials are seeking out elegant brown liquors.

 

Estate Brandy Pioneer Backsberg Wins Veritas Gold for 10yr Old Brandy


A Gold medal at the prestigious Veritas Wine Awards is apt recognition for Backsberg Estate Cellars in the year in which this eminent Paarl wine farm celebrates its centenary year. The award went to the Backsberg Sydney Back Aged 10 Years Brandy.

 

How to make a Brandy Water Press cocktail


It’s a special kind of connoisseur that reaches for the Brandy when it’s cocktail hour.

 

South African Brandy Awarded As World`s Best


In a boost for Distell’s reputation as a producer of world-class brandies, the popular Klipdrift Premium has been named as 2016’s World’s Best Brandy at the World Brandy Awards.

 

Brandy can relieve respiratory issues, such as coughs or sore throats


Traditionally, brandy has been used as an effective means to relieve respiratory issues, such as coughs or sore throats. The strong alcoholic content can help eliminate bacteria and loosens up phlegm and mucus, thereby acting as a type of expectorant. The anti-inflammatory properties in brandy can also help soothe the irritation that causes coughing and sore throats.

 

Brandy contains no carbs


Unlike carbohydrate-heavy alcoholic drinks, like beer, brandy contains no carbs and doesn’t fill you up. Brandy can also be enjoyed as an aperitif, without ruining your appetite, nor does it contribute to the simple sugar breakdown of carbs that can easily be stored as fat, such as those found in beer.

 
 
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