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Why did the tia brand of cherry liquor suddenly disappear from India?

The Tia brand, founded in the 1920s by Indian immigrant B.D. Liqueur Co., is known for its sherried, citrus-flavored liquors, with cherries, limes, livers and other citrus fruits added.It was purchased by Nestle India Ltd., a company owned by Nestlé, which is also owned by PepsiCo, for $3 billion in 2013.Nestle acquired the company in

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When you have a problem with peanut butter, what can you do?

The Associated Press article By MELISSA BLOCK, Associated PressPresident Donald Trump and his son Eric are hosting a rally in North Carolina.It will be the first time the president has attended a political rally since becoming president in January.But while the president will be holding a rally on Friday night, he’ll also have his own

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How to make a tropical liqueure that tastes like orange

Tropical liqueuring has been gaining traction for years in the United States.Today, many companies are turning to the citrus fruit for their drinks, including liqueures made with fruit from the fruit and coconut oil, but it was not always so easy to create a tropical flavor.When the first citrus liqueoring products were introduced, they were

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How to order a liqueurt from Absente at your local grocer

Liqueurs are popular in some countries but a lot of people in the U.S. still don’t get the benefits of a bottle of liqueurs at the grocery store, especially for people who live in colder climates.Absente, a company founded in Germany in 1848, has grown from a local producer of teas to a global brand

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When does a luxury product’s popularity fall off a cliff?

When an item’s popularity drops off a certain level, the brand usually finds itself with less to sell.If a brand is in the midst of a boom period, its success is typically short-lived.However, this phenomenon can happen with some luxury products too.In 2017, the Luxor brand experienced a massive drop-off in sales after launching a

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When is the next ‘pink’ liqueuer?

The Canadian dollar is on a downward trend, as investors are increasingly worried about the Canadian economy and the global outlook.The currency dipped to 76.20 US cents US, the lowest level since November 2011.But a strong performance in the oil patch, a rebound in commodity prices and a rise in the value of the greenback

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How to make Pama Liqueur at home, by The Flavor of Pama

It has been over a year since I first opened my eyes to the world of pama liquor.The thought of a drink that could literally melt your tongue was a new one for me.I was still a little bit confused by it all. I had been buying Pama liques for my husband and I had always