Mr Hedworth took her to a dictionary definition of snifter
which said, among other things, it could be a reference to alcohol or American slang for a cocaine habit.
Each carried a brandy snifter
matching that of the bride's.
So, pick a light moment, take up The Book Nobody Read and a snifter
of cognac, and settle in for an evening of enjoyable, sophisticated "bibliochat.
And it should be served in a snifter
or a 9-ounce wine glass, preferably somewhere near 60[degrees]F to 65[degrees]F; any hotter and its alcohol vapors will distract from its taste.
Churchill's Cigar Lounge was richly fragrant and would have been an ideal spot to light up an Arturo Fuente and order a snifter
Clean, dry and slightly woodsy, Don Julio Anejo imparts subtle touches of wild honey and vanilla Its aroma of lime, grapefruit and mandarin combine with a touch of caramel to result in a bright, lightly spiced finish Serve Don Julio Anejo in a snifter
neat or over ice.
can fall into a glommy mood where nothing about life seems good or hopeful--a condition doctors rail depression.
It's 1995 when Oldham begins the book, his life clouded by cocaine and booze that leaves him incontinent and incapable of anything other than reaching for another snifter
or pint or rolled-up pound note.
It's pale in color and smoky, and the aroma lingers in the snifter
What we have done is created an assortment that includes six wine sizes, plus a champagne flute, martini and brandy snifter
Gin Festival, Cardiff, Portland House (Oct 12 - 15) MOTHER'S ruin has never been more popular, and if you're partial to a snifter
- there'll be over a hundred to sample.