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The Velvet Devil merlot, sale price $9.98 – Save $3
Francis Coppola claret, sale price $12.98 – Save $6
14 Hands merlot, sale price $8.98 – Save $4
Menage A Trois silk, sale price $7.98 – Save $3
B&G Vouvray, sale price $12.98 – Save $5
IL Bastardo sangiovese, sale price $10.42 – Save $3
Intrinsic red blend, sale price $18.98 – Save $6
Gnarly Head port barrel pinot noir, sale price $9.98 – Save $4
Estancia pinot noir, sale price $9.98 – Save $4
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1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon water
2 ounces Brandy
1 ounce port wine
Garnish: grated nutmeg
Add the sugar and water into a mixing glass and stir until the sugar is dissolved.
Add the Brandy and port wine, then add ice and stir.
Strain into a chilled Nick and Nora glass.
Garnish with freshy grated nutmeg.
*Recipe courtesy of liquor.com
History of L’eau de vie
L’eau de vie was first produced in France circa 1313 for medicinal purposes only. Physicians named the medication L’eau de vie – the water of life – because of the strengthening and sanitary powers they believed it possessed. Made from distilled wine, L’eau de vie replaced Portuguese fortified wine and helped to kick start the transatlantic slave trade by the 16th century. Generally consumed after dinner to aid digestion, L’eau de vie, also known as Brandy, is commonly used in the culinary world to deglaze, flamble and add flavor to traditional holiday cakes and drinks.
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