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Chouchen (France). 'Chouchen is an alcoholic beverage popular in Brittany, France. A form of mead, it is made from the fermentation of honey in water. Chouchen normally contains 14% alcohol by volume.Traditionally, buckwheat honey is used, and this imparts chouchen's strong colour and pronounced flavour.' <3 buckwheat honey...

from Kraft Canada

Boulettes italiennes della nonna

Des boulettes de viande simples, polyvalentes, tendres et succulentes grâce à la vinaigrette Italienne. Miam!

These #chocolate #mint #cupcakes are delicious sweet treats with a dark-chocolate, #Guinness-flavoured base, topped with a mint-flavoured butter cream frosting!

from Fine Dining Lovers

Infographic: The Red Wine Cheat Sheet

Not sure my tastebuds agree completely, but it is a good visual.

from Gizmodo

What 170-Year-Old Beer Uncovered From a Shipwreck Really Tasted Like

Back in 2010, divers off the coast of Finland stumbled upon some astonishingly old booze: champagne and beer preserved underwater in a 170-year-old shipwreck. Naturally, they had a taste. But now scientists are back with a rigorous chemical analysis of the beers.