demijohn


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demijohn

a large bottle with a short narrow neck, often with small handles at the neck and encased in wickerwork
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Visit demijohn.co.uk/a-rum-pair Sky-high gin Edinburgh-based Pickering's Gin has created a gin designed to be drunk at altitude - British Airways Centenary Gin - available on board short haul flights and via the High Life shop as part of a trio pack.
It's a port that was aged in cask until 1972, when it was then stored in demijohns - this method is a hallmark of Niepoort since the family bought some fine glass from Germany in 1905.
I'm not sending you honey now because the demijohn is not yet full.
You may already have some great vintage or demijohn bottle vases you can look out, and if you're loving the chest of drawers but perhaps you don't have the money to buy new, upcycle some existing drawers with a lick of paint.
There were comfortable cane stools from Shillong in the Northeast of India; there was a wicker-covered garrafao (demijohn) from Goa that was converted into a lamp; there was a traditional South Indian snack mould to help me make everyone's favourite murukkus (savoury snacks) and biscuit cutters and cake tins from my mother in shapes that had thrilled my siblings and me from the time we were three or four years old.
The share of "others" went down from 40% in 2010 following a government announcement about the unhygienic nature of demijohn bottles.
After a short hesitation, Kotte decided to help, and even the trackers did it on condition that we pour water seven times on their hands (from the village water hole, of which we always had a demijohn full carried with us).
After Laura locked the door of the cellar, she took him behind the only demijohn of yellow thunder.
Somewhere in the cellar, she had a demijohn with apple brandy buried up to and over the neck of the bottle--she had received this from her father as a wedding present and she had to empty it completely before he would refill it with new apple brandy for his daughter.
Washing down the lamb and bread and stuffed tomatoes and peppers with retsina, not store-bought but Dimitri's homemade, with the broom and horsehair seal plugging the demijohn. Before the fermentation even started Dimitri would toss a clump of milky pine sap into it, a few pine needles still sticking out of the clump like quills on a porcupine.