Looking for the perfect gift for a cocktail lover? Look no further than our three delicious spreadable cocktail marmalades in the Cocktail Lover's Dream! They come in a nice wooden box and contain flavors such as Mojito, Strawberry Daiquiri and Gin&Tonic. Whether enjoying your favorite cocktails at home or on the go, you'll love our jams. Buy a set today!
They can enjoy their favorite cocktails with great flavors at any time of the day with this delicious gift. Whether they like Mojitos, Strawberry Daiquiris or Gin & Tonics, they will love our marmalades.
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Mojito marmalade rhubarb evokes dreams of the Caribbean, Cuba and Hemingway, with a Swedish touch.
Strawberry Daiquri marmalade is sparkling red and promises a party, with a taste of summer, perfect for the party or cozying up in the garden. Daiquiri is a classic rum drink from Cuba with rum, lime and sugar. Here you get it in the form of a healthy, colorful and absolutely wonderful strawberry jam.
Gin & Tonic Marmalade, a sweet, tasty marmalade for Gin & Tonic lovers! Made from fresh grapefruit, raw cane sugar, lemon and a craft gin, Hernö Dry Gin, which has been named the World's Best London Dry Gin and the World's Best Gin & Tonic.
A cocktail is a drink, mixed with different kinds of spirits, wine and possibly other flavorings. It is served well chilled in a small stemmed glass. Sometimes the drink is decorated with a so-called cocktail berry and a drink umbrella. The first cocktail was mixed in the United States in the 19th century. Wikipedia
When and where was the first cocktail born?
The origin of the word cocktail is still debated. There are dozens of interpretations and funny anecdotes about the origin of this magical word. There are some who believe that they come from the cockfights that were popular in the European taverns of the 17th century: the tail feathers (tail) of the defeated rooster (cock) were given to the winner, of course with honor and plenty of drink too.
Others tell the story of a Mexican girl named Xock who served a mixed drink to some American officials who come home with the news of a mysterious lady mixing ambrosia and magical concoctions.
But one of the more likely theories is that cocktail derives from the French word "coquetel," a typical wine cup used in Bordeaux that reached New Orleans in the late 1700s.
However, whether born by mistake or the need to recycle the bottoms of the bottles, the desire to create (alchemical potion) has always been innate in the heart (and throat) of man.
Just think of the ancient Greeks and Romans because they were in the habit of mixing wine with honey, water, resins and spices... we can say that even then a kind of cocktail was used: a drink mixed with at least two ingredients.
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