More Delicious Drinks
Warm and cosy Chai
Chai is the ultimate drink for winter. Smooth and creamy, it?s a comforting drink which is sure to satisfy coffee and tea lovers alike. The hot, fragrant tea is made from a blend of ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and honey. Now the traditional spices of India can be found in your local Gloria Jeans! It’s available in soy, skin or full cream and is a delicious way to escape the winter chill!
Vitamin packed fruit juice
Fruitopia have launched fruitier, tastier juices, called simply ?J?. The six great varieties of new Fruitopia ?J? include revitalising Orange, hydrating Tropical (apple, pineapple, banana & passionfruit) and tasty Daylight (apple, orange, banana & mango). They have a delicious thick juice texture, are bursting with Vitamin C and are the perfect kick-start to the day. They?re available in 250ml & 345ml glass bottles and 350ml PET bottles.
Creamy Winter cocktail: Chocolate Rock Star
20ml Liqor 43 vanilla liqueur
1.5 scoops Homer Hudson Chocolate Rock Ice Cream
1/2 scoop crushed ice
Garnish: crushed chocolate on glass rim
Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker until ice cream partly melted, then pour into a martini glass.
You can either make these recipes at home, or if you?re in Sydney head to the Moog Hotel in Surry Hills where you can enjoy them being made by a professional!
How do you pour the perfect glass of champas?
We all love a good glass of champagne, but are we doing it the right way? Regis Camus, head winemaker of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne House, France and winner of the Sparkling Wine Maker of the Year Award at the London International Wine Challenge 2004; wanted to enhance our enjoyment by sharing some tips:
– First ensure the champagne is the right temperature ? place the bottle in an ice bucket, covered to the middle of the neck, for thirty minutes prior to opening. Never place it in the freezer!
– To open, loosen the wire muzzle, hold the bottle and with a hand covering the cork, firmly twist the bottle until the cork gently pops out.
– Taking the bottle by the base and holding the glass at an angle, slowly pour so that the wine falls against the mid-section of the glass rather than the bottom. As you?re pouring gradually tilt the glass upright until it?s nearly full.
– If the bottle is not finished and you wish to enjoy the remaining champagne later a champagne stopper is the most efficient way to keep the bubbles lively. If no champagne stopper is available a regular spoon stuck in the bottle (handle down) is the next best thing.
Enjoy divine flavours of Morello cherries, citrus fruit, mandarins and blood oranges in the newest addition to the Piper-Heidsieck range: Piper-Heidsieck Brut Rosẻ Sauvage Champagne. RRP $84.95.