Fer Rodriguez
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Summer Passion  1 oz. Frangelico hazelnut liiqueur 1 oz. passion fruit juice Laurent-Perrier Brut NV Champagne Grenadine

Hula Dancer: oz SKYY Vodka Infusiones Piña Media oz de ron de vainilla 1 oz puré de lichi Splash de jugo de limón fresco granadina 3 oz de jugo de piña

Green Bee 2 oz. Blue Ice Organic Wheat Vodka 1 oz. honey syrup (half honey, half hot water) Juice of 1/2 organic lemon 5 organic mint leaves (or enough to cover the palm of your hand)  Muddle or tear mint into a mixing glass. Add ice, vodka, honey syrup, and organic lemon juice and shake hard. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with an edible flower or lemon zest.  Courtesy of Blue Ice Vodka

Green Bee 2 oz. Blue Ice Organic Wheat Vodka 1 oz. honey syrup (half honey, half hot water) Juice of 1/2 organic lemon 5 organic mint leaves (or enough to cover the palm of your hand) Muddle or tear mint into a mixing glass. Add ice, vodka, honey syrup, and organic lemon juice and shake hard. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with an edible flower or lemon zest. Courtesy of Blue Ice Vodka

The Bee's Knees Shot    Honey-flavored food items are always delicious, and luckily Stoli is aware of that because they've developed the Bee's Knees shot. To indulge in one, you'll need:    - 2 parts Stoli® Sticki ™  - 1⁄2 part lemon juice  - 1⁄2 part honey syrup    Shake with ice and serve. If you're at a picnic, be sure and down it before the real bees have a chance to disrupt your fun.

The Bee's Knees Shot Honey-flavored food items are always delicious, and luckily Stoli is aware of that because they've developed the Bee's Knees shot. To indulge in one, you'll need: - 2 parts Stoli® Sticki ™ - 1⁄2 part lemon juice - 1⁄2 part honey syrup Shake with ice and serve. If you're at a picnic, be sure and down it before the real bees have a chance to disrupt your fun.

The Flower and the Bee so sweet #wine #packaging PD wine / vinho / vino mxm

Ricardo Carreiro, padre, que en 1978 planto la primera viña con los ahorros de su aventura americana. Como otros muchos que aquí en Galicia tuvieron que emigrar para conseguir un futuro mejor, abandonando las tierras de cultivo y con ello los viñedos.