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December 22nd, 2014 by janifar brown

It’s a situation many of us have been in: about to pop open a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine, you suddenly realise that you’re not quite sure what’s going to happen, with the result being a lot of wasted wine and a cork flying across the room. When opening a bottle of sparkling wine, it’s worth, then, considering some precautions that you can take to prevent accidents from occurring during celebrations.

It’s first important to learn the right method for safely removing a cork; this can be trickier than it might first appear for a bottle of wine, with the bubbles from sparkling wine and champagne more likely to create enough pressure to release a cork at high speed. To make things safer, it’s important to first remove the foil on a bottle before carefully adjusting the wire cage, turning the bottle rather than the cork away from you to gradually release its pressure; point the bottle away from other people and breakable objects while doing so.

At the same time, it’s worth thinking about the different wine bottle openers that you can use with sparkling wine. Champagne cork removers can be fitted on top of a bottle and used to safely remove it. Some examples of these openers include nickel swift-turn champagne openers, as well as champagne sabers, which involve using a small, sharp knife. Screwpulls and opening keys can similarly be used, while a towel can be wrapped around the top of a bottle to soak up any excess foam when it gets opened.

Before opening a bottle of sparkling wine, it’s important to check its temperature; this is particularly the case with champagne, which should be safely stored in a bucket of ice water to lower its temperature. If a bottle is too warm, it’s more likely to foam and spill over the top of a bottle, causing a mess and losing some valuable wine. Putting a bottle of sparkling wine in an ice bucket 20 or so minutes before opening should be fine to get it to the right temperature.

When pouring a bottle of sparkling wine or champagne, it’s crucial to avoid creating a large amount of head in a glass. With a sparkling wine, use a tall champagne flute to get the most out of a bottle. Pour about an ounce of wine into a glass, and wait for the foaming bubbles to go down before adding more liquid. Filling about two thirds of a glass will enable you to prevent creating too much foam.

When opening a bottle of sparkling wine, perhaps the most important thing to remember is that a bottle that’s opened too quickly can cause serious damage. Letting someone else open a bottle without knowing the best method to use can similarly lead to corks accidentally hitting people, or smashing glasses and other vulnerable items. If you have to make a bottle’s cork pop, make sure that the bottle is angled towards a curtain or a space without any breakable items.

Author Bio : Janifar is a freelance writer on wine and home cooking. She’s recently been exploring the many options available for sparkling wine in the UK.

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October 5th, 2014 by sanayaanson

The world’s favorite yummy treat must be, no doubt, the chocolates. Delicious and delightful chocolates covered fruits are one of the juiciest and chocolate treats. Manufacturers contribute to developing new flavors and tastes of these treats. It would be practically boring to eat the same cocoa bean variety. The flavors are discovered and various countries top in producing excellent coco beans. South America and the Caribbean, South East Asia and Africa are the main countries to provide first grade cocoa beans. Some African countries have introduced fruit chocolates with the apples and nuts, whereas, Madagascar bars from Jean Paul Hevin, Chapon, and others have a strong taste of citrus notes and fruity flavors, however, South East Asia has the use of berries.

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Fun with Delicious and Delightful Chocolate Covered Fruits

The children can enjoy their birthdays, friends sleep over, or parties with delicious chocolate covered fruits. These are healthy and tasty as well. A fruit-let often dipped in the chocolates is adorned with melted milk chocolate by pouring it over the darker one to create a design and attribute to its appearance. Alluring and healthy as they are, kids adore these edibles for their get together. Fruit-lets used for this are the strawberries, berries, bananas, oranges, pineapples, apples and many dry fruits covered with the same. Any celebration can include display of this snack, treats, or included at weddings, anniversaries, mother’s day, also give surprise gifts to grandparents or your in laws. They will appreciate you for your thoughtfulness.

Combine with Cakes and Cookies

Chocolate dipped fruits on a stick appear like lollipops. Decorate the dipped berries with confetti, sugared sweet bits, sugar or anything you like. Varieties are available here with spice combinations like cardamom, cloves, ginger, cinnamon and spices that are required to make a difference for the taste buds. The idea behind all the adorning is fun with different tastes and flavors, chocolate covered caramel apples are like big balls of lollipops is a very appealing item. Sweet gingerbread is a variety with Indian jiggery and ginger with coco, a unique Australian item. Include the delicious and delightful chocolate covered fruits with cakes and cookies for parties and festivals. Our Indian companies enhance the taste with berries and nuts in the chocolate.

More Fruit Varieties

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Let the taste of fruits linger in your mouth with each bite. Identify the fruits and veggie as you bite into your treat gradually. Experience every flavor added to make it unique and extraordinary. Emile is a company with real passion fruit and Tahitian vanilla, made from real fruit and vegetables, inclusive of the freshest items of fruits and other ingredients. Cherries and carrots, pomegranate seeds and plums are used fruits used in Belgian items to make delicious and delightful chocolate covered fruits. People try out the recipes at home with fruit slices dipped into the cocoa. These wonderful treats are altogether stunning and healthy edibles for all age groups, so, celebrate every occasion with these fresh fruit edibles to capture the hearts of guests and friends.

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