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sparkler

a type of firework that throws out showers of sparks
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As somms and retailers are ready to point out, sparklers are super food-friendly, and sparkling-wine-based cocktails are popular at bars and easy to replicate at home.
If you are given a sparkler, wear gloves and hold it at arm's length.
Pass out copies of our "Wines at a Glance" chart (page 96), which maps key traits among the sparklers, and have everyone smell and taste each to see if they can pick up the yeastiness in Champagne, the crisp dryness of the West Coast sparkler, or the faint rubber aroma in cava (quite appealing to some people).
Ensure they understand that sparklers are not toys and shouldn't be "played" with, and that you have a bucket of water to put the sparklers in straight after they're finished with.
10 Mega Sparklers (16 inch), PS3, buy one get one free, from Waitrose.
GIANT 10 Mega Sparklers (16 inch), PS3, buy one, get one free, from Waitrose.
SPARKLERS have been banned from some of the region's top fireworks displays over health and safety fears.
The majority of these cases are secondary to the use of sparklers.
Rollin Soles, winemaker at Argyle Winery in Oregon's Willamette Valley, which has been making both sparklers and still wines since the late 1980s, acknowledges a key motivation for him is that, "I love drinking sparkling wine.
today again, and the sparklers descend like lonely stars.
It was also a way of practising our spelling as my cousins and I would write each others names and messages with the sparklers in the air