Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 14:10
We hope that this article has inspired you to discover some of these wonderful Borders beers and ales and that you try them with dinner too. Next time that you are in Seasons, do ask us about the local beers that we stock in the restaurant, we are more than happy to help you choose.
Mir gefällt Seasons in the sun so extrem, dass ich meine Radioanlage auf maximale Lautstärke aufdrehe, falls dieses Lied im Radio kommt.
And yes, we call them brambles! However, the naming of these shiny black beauties does vary depending on where you live. The Scots and those from the North of England tend to call them brambles, whilst our cousins further south call them blackberries. But whatever you call them, they are absolutely delicious and the berry season certainly goes out in spectacular style each year.
Old World Wine Names
With wines that are made in the Old World, these wines generally receive the name of the region from which the wine was made. For example, a wine made in the Bordeaux region of France might contain 75% Cabernet Sauvignon giving it the name Cabernet Sauvignon in the New World, however because the wine has been made in the Old World it is called Bordeaux.
Thanks to their high vitamin E content, almonds help support female hormones, and have been seen as a fertility symbol for hundreds of years.
The art of winemaking was later refined by the Egyptians and this then spread throughout the Mediterranean by the Greeks. The Romans made it popular all over Europe and the Spanish and other Europeans took it to the New World.
Nasturtiums and Pansies
Often used as a decorative garnish because of their bright colours. Pansies don’t have a huge amount of flavour but they are truly beautiful. Nasturtiums however, do have a delicious peppery taste which makes them a really good addition to salads or as an edible garnish.
So, as we unveil our own Valentine’s Day menu, we thought that it would be fun to take a look at food and drink which is reckoned to be the amongst the most romantic and which is reputed as having aphrodisiac properties. Hopefully this article will get you in the mood for the most romantic day of the year?
A hearty, full-flavoured Scottish Cheddar but Isle of Mull Cheddar certainly doesn’t taste like any other cheddar and it doesn’t look like the same either. It is a pale ivory colour with a very sharp, fruity tang thanks to the unusual diet of the cows that eat the fermented grain from the nearby Tobermory whisky distillery. As a result, Isle of Mull is a bit drier in texture than other Cheddars with delicious flavours that are boozy, rich, savoury and mellow. Matured for 67 months in the farm cellars the cheese can often have a slight blue vein, but this just adds to the flavour. The cheese maker is proud to announce that using only wood and water for power, only renewable energy is used to produce the cheese.
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