Echo Falls have prepared us students for Christmas celebrations

If you haven’t heard about Echo Falls new ‘Summer Berries Vodka’ then where have you been the past few months?!!?! It’s the weekend and Echo Falls Vodka is officially out – and what perfect timing for us students to start our Christmas celebrations.  Inspired by their fabulous Fruit Fusion range, Echo Falls celebrates everything good about being spontaneous and enjoying the moment with friends and loved ones (because life’s great when things just happen, right?). It’s a spirited little number taking the nation’s favourite fruit fusion into fruity vodka for the first time.  Party Trick: A fantastic cocktail mixer, try creating a ProsEcho Falls by mixing…

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Bottoms Up – a fun gift you can all enjoy!

So you’re half way through dissertation hell and you lost the will to live long ago. All you want to do is run away, hide and drink a bottle of wine (or vodka).The dissertation filled days feel like years and you find yourself waking up in the night thinking of theorists. You’re not afraid to admit that crying in the middle of the library is the norm.It’s important to remember, that yes, getting work done is essential but so is having alcohol fueled fun – your student days are numbered after all.Now that you’re committed to getting drunk (the suggestion…

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Rosé wine review: Rosé D’Anjou Famille Bougrier

Trying to choose a bottle of rosé wine can be challenging. Standing in a supermarket reading all the bottles trying to decide which you will like the most. Sound familiar? I have the perfect solution for you, a rosé wine you will always go back too…Rosé D’Anjou. Recommended for those who love fruity wines, Rosé D’Anjou is a fresh and lively French rosé with an enticing, pretty pink colour. It is an off-dry, yet crisp and youthful style of rosé, with exuberant flavours of redcurrant, rosehip and strawberry. Described as summer in a bottle this rosé wine is perfect for the…

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Rosé wine review: Barefoot Pink Moscato

While you should never judge a book by its cover, there are some things that are indeed telling just by appearances. Barefoot’s Pink Moscato happens to be one of them. The rosé wine comes in a clear bottle that makes its soft pink hue visible. The colour is an accurate reflection of its sweet, fruity taste. While light on the alcoholic content, its flavour is rich and intense. It promises a mix of fruity and flora, with a Mandarin orange and jasmine taste, but the strongest taste is probably honey, with a hint of berries and pomegranate. Recommended for those…

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