Bacardi rum. The one from the sun.
To drink at Sam’s you’ve got to have a head for heights, and a grasp of mountain climbing.
So to reward his regulars for all the effort they’ve made to get there Sam always gives them a free Bacardi rum and “Coke;’ with lots of ice.
Mind you, he knows they’ll need to buy at least a couple to face the journey back.
Clean and simple
The golden harvest of the Rhine
In Germany, October is the month that means all the good things of harvest. So in the name of our Liebfraumilch, there’s not only years of experience in wine producing, but fulfilment and reward as well.
You can also choose a delicate Goldener Oktober wine from the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer region or a Riesling, each produced with the same care. The label promises quality and your first taste confirms it.
Whatever the month, the wine is GOLDENER OKTOBER
The beer that lives up to its name and goes great with marlboro cigarettes.
Don’t be misled. No-one is about to claim that Long Life has captured the secret of eternal youth in a can.
On the other hand, in the world of canned beers, Long Life is something of an exception.
Both as a beer and as a name. For a start, when it was launched in 1956, it was the only British beer brewed expressly for the can.
In 1978 it still is. Think of any other canned beer and the odds are it started life in a bottle or a barrel. The can being a mere afterthought.
Because it was born in a can, Long Life, unlike other beers, is very much at home in the fridge. And comes out, unlike other beers, tasting as good as it did when it went in.
Which brings us back to its name.
Long Life. An unusually appropriate name. For an unusually tasteful beer.
MARTELL THE FAMILY OF COGNAC SINCE 1715.
“People marvel that we Martells have been making cognac for eight generations.
I don’t see why.
Ifyou can make cognac, you can run a family business.
It’s simply a talent for blending the young with the old:’
Benedictine – a rare drink that befriends all tastes.
Benedictine’s rarity is in its unique way of blending the warm scents of summer with the hospitality of Christmas: at the table or by the fire. Benedictine has pleased so many of us for so many seasons that it has become a classic. Only a classic could taste so beautiful.
Before you read too much into our name, please read our label.
On seeing the name Dry Sack, many people immediately see it as a dry sherry.
An understandable mistake, but a mistake, nevertheless. For tucked away beneath our misleading name is the totally revealing description ‘Amontillado’
Dry Sack is a medium sherry.
An amontillado of the highest quality. (No small claim, for experts agree that a good amontillado is the most difficult type of sherry to produce.)
It has body, warmth and colour. Virtues which will come as no surprise to those who read further down our label.
Williams & Humbert created their first solera in 1877 and first shipped Dry Sack to England in1906.
You’ll notice, too, that Dry Sack is bottled in Jerez. Literally (and legally) the home of sherry.
Such reassurances have helped Dry Sack become the best selling medium sherry in the world. Which says a lot for the fine print on the label, but, we fancy, even more for the fine sherry in the bottle.
Dry Sack by name, medium by nature.
We’re for freedom and choice, we’re or English Cheese and wines from Peter Dominic.
For choice, you cant beat the natural goodness and variety of English Cheese.
And, when they’re partnered with wines from the choice selection you’ll find at your local Peter Dominic, you’ve got the makings of a great get together. In fact, whatever kind of get together you have in mind, you’ll find the manager of your local Peter Dominic well prepared to help things go well. He can arrange for the free loan of glasses and the purchase of party orders on a sale or return basis, including, at most branches, delivery. He can arrange discount on selected case purchases, too, and advise you on which beers or spirits to choose should you find yourselfjust too spoilt for choice.
Just in case his knowledge doesn’t stretch quite as far as being able to recommend which wine best complements each English cheese, we’ve come up with a number of suggestions for you. What he certainly will be able to do for you, however, is to take10% off the combined price of any two bottles of the wines mentioned below, if bought before November 26,1978.
This should make having a wine and cheese get together soon even more worthwhile.
The wines that go with these cheeses that go to make a great get together.
To complement the smooth maturity of Double Gloucester- we recommend the crisp, dry zestiness of Muscadet Bon Breton while the slightly sparkling medium sweetness of the Portuguese bottled Quinta Do Rei Rose and the light fruitiness of the Hungarian St Stefan Red each help bring out the delicate mildness of-Caerphilly and the mellow rounded flavour of Leicester To tastefitlly counterpoint the honeyed aftertaste of soft rich Wensleydale, we suggest a red wine with a pronounced bouquet and subtle
For that traditional after-dinner twosome-Port and Stilton-we suggest the lighter; mellower, any-time continuation of the King of Cheeses and Dominic’s Charter Tawny Port.
The crumbly texture and slightly salty flavour of Cheshire is best partnered by a medium El Prado Montilla, while to tease out the tasty nuances of Lancashire, mild armature Chetddar and Derby we recommend the warm full bodied Italianness of RubescoTorgiano, the classic medium sweetness of LielftaumilchSt Dominic and the . dry, white, fruity fulsomeness of Frascati Superiore San Matted.
Five generations of Mackinlays.
As you can see, the Mackinlays, like many other old families, have certain characteristics that have been passed down unchanged from one generation to the next.
For example, there’s the famous Mackinlay colouring, golden and robust and as vibrant as the Highlands themselves. It’s a sure sign of good breeding. Then there are those fine, noble features that reveal a certain strength of character. In faet, some people may find this side of the Mackinlays decidedly overpowering and
would be well advised to take them in small doses. But many others have found that Mackinlays are very warm and great mixers.Enjoying their company gives you
a sort of inner glow that’s as potent today with Donald as it was in 1815 with his great-great-grandfather, Charles.
Five generations of Mackinlays have put their name to it