Saturday, June 28, 2014

Drink the World Cup | Portugal vs. Ghana


Vinho Verde is a classic Portuguese crisp, dry white wine which literally means to "green wine," but translates to "young wine." You'll notice a slight spritz to the wine which adds to its refreshing nature. They can be traditionally very good values. Perfect on a summer afternoon.

Takai is a cocoa, coffee, honey liqueur made in Ghana that is consumed as a digestif.  The name comes from a traditional dance and music of the Dagbamba/Dagomba people of Northern Ghana.

1 comment:

Nancy Clark said...

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