Drinks, just like food, provide a great outlet for cooking creativity. But when it comes down to it, cooking seems to have so many more options than beverages or cocktails. Have you ever wondered what to pour in your glasses? And what glass matches which drink? Whether flutes or cups, tumblers or mugs, no fine dining lover should ever go thirsty for the perfect beverage. So check out our suggestions. Cheers!

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Christmas Mulled Gin Cocktail Recipe: How to Make It
There’s nothing quite like a mulled wine, whether it’s outdoors at a bustling Christmas market, or sat in front of the fireplace in your snug new Christmas slippers. But mulled wine isn’t the only option. So why not try a cup of mulled gin if you haven’t already?
12 Foods to Pair with Sangiovese
12 Foods to Pair with Sangiovese
A great mix of Tuscan wines and Tuscan foods to throw a perfect dinner party: find out 12 foods to pair well with Sangiovese wine.
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Superman Shot Cocktail Recipe: How to Make it
The Superman shot cocktail is inspired by the iconic blue and red of the Superman costume, but it won’t make you invulnerable, so please drink responsibly.
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5 Astragalus Root Tea Recipes
We have created for you a list of five astragalus tea recipes. Five easy recipes for astralagus tea that are super-simple to make and will still allow you to reap all the benefits of astragalus root.
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Red Wine Body: Light, Medium, Heavy
What do people mean when they say wine body? This simple chart explains red wines by placing them in light, medium or heavy bodied categories.
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How to Make a Ginger Bug for Healthy Homemade Sodas
A ginger bug is a fermented culture made from sliced ginger root, sugar, and water. Easy to make, ginger bugs are a great way to experiment with making your own soda.
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Romanian Wines: Everything you Need to Know and Where to Find Them
Romania is one of the world’s largest producers of wine and ranks fifth in European winemaking countries and thirteenth in the world.
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Best Wines for Sangria: 5 Best Red Wines for Traditional Sangria
The best red wines for making a great sangria are fruity, medium-bodied wines. Avoid red wines with high tannins. Above all, pick a wine you wouldn’t mind drinking by itself.
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White Hot Chocolate: How to Make This Winter Recipe
Super creamy and so easy to make at home, white hot chocolate will warm your heart on a cold winter's day. This delicious comfort food requires only a few ingredients from your larder.
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Classic Hot Toddy Recipe: Ingredients & How to Make this Warming Drink
"A hot toddy is a mixture of hot water, honey, lemon, and a drop of whiskey. Boil the water and pour into a glassware. Add whiskey, honey and lemon juice, and stir."