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Personalized MOD Pattern Monogram Playing Cards

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You and your beau are winners at the game of love! Give your wedding guests a game of their own with these mod pattern monogram design playing cards. Elegantly decorated with a personalized mod pattern label, this playful deck of cards is the perfect "thank you" gift from a fun-loving couple. Each deck is printed on white glossy cards with traditional red, black and white artwork and packaged neatly in a translucent box. These playing cards are easy to take anywhere from long car rides to extend...
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    Verjus - Translated from French, verjus literally means ‘green juice.’ It’s neither vinegar nor wine, which makes it a hugely versatile ingredient. What IS verjus, you might be wondering? When grapes are just beginning to ripen, the winemakers thin the vines — this makes them stronger and helps produce the best fruit. The early crop of unripe fruit is then pressed and cold-pasteurized. The result – verjus – is milder than lemon juice or vinegar and balanced with sweet, tart, minerally freshness. ''It seems strange and unfamiliar at first, but once you have a bottle on hand, you want to use it for everything,'' said Roman Roth, the winemaker at W ö lffer. We agree — once you try it, you'll find you can't live without it. Tip of the Tongue So easy to make elegant and vibrant sauces with this. And it's of course ideal for salad dressings. It's also wonderful with seltzer or as the main ingredient in a margarita. Or simply drink it straight as a substitute for wine. ingredients Unfermented vinifera grapes picked at half ripeness. Comes in a 750 ml wine bottle.

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    Beer Barrel Bourbon - Hops and hooch. What could be better? This bottle has all of bourbon's classic caramel and vanilla flavor mixed with the dark and roasty undertones from malty beer. New Holland actually started as a craft brewery, and they bring that same creative, free-spirited attitude to their spirits distillery, with a pretty cool system linking the two. The bourbon is first aged in brand new barrels made from white oak.* It's then poured out to make room to age the brewery's dark, malty beer – Dragon's Milk Stout – which picks up rich vanilla and oak notes from the barrels. Once the beer is ready, it's time for the bourbon to return to the very same barrels for another three months. Beer and bourbon couldn't exist without the other, and each of them is better off for their shared quarters (like your favorite roommate!). tip of the tongue We probably don't need to say it but we can't help ourselves: This is the perfect whiskey for beer fans. There's no better shot and a beer combo than a shot of this whiskey followed with a pint of rich stout beer (bonus points if it's bourbon barrel-aged, triple bonus if it's the Dragon's Milk Stout). did you know? *By law, bourbon must be aged in new oak barrels to be called, well, bourbon.

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    Widow Jane 7 Year Straight Bourbon Whiskey - Cacao Prieto's chocolate was one our very first products when we first launched in early 2012. Since then, we've waited eagerly and patiently for the chance to also sell their outstanding bourbon! Caramel upfront, a beautiful vanilla finish and just enough sweetness? We're so glad it's here! The Cacao Prieto family sources this 7-year old whiskey from Kentucky, then adds water from the old Widow Jane limestone quarry in Rosendale, New York to bring it to proof (45.5% alcohol). One of the secrets behind making great whiskey is that it requires water with remarkable flavor; in fact, most whiskeys are more than half water. Mineral-rich limestone water is particularly prized for Bourbon production, especially in bourbon-rich, mineral-rich Kentucky. The Widow Jane quarry has even more limstone-y water – so it's even better. Daniel Preston and his Cacao Prieto family had a history of growing cacao and making rum in the Dominican Republic, on their farm called "Coralina." It was only natural for them to do both in the new Brooklyn business, and it's only natural that we love this bourbon just as much as the aforementioned chocolate. tip of the tongue Widow Jane’s bottles are hand-numbered and dated, so they make a distinctive gift. ingredients 45.5% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.