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Celebrate spring with these 12 products from the new issue of More Food & Drink. All are available to buy online to make your entertaining easier.
A radler is a low-alcohol shandy, originally served to cyclists after returning home from long rides. This one, from Salzburg, stars sparkling grapefruit juice.
The original Belgian white beer, first brewed by monks in 1445, Hoegaarden is infused with coriander and dried orange peel to give it a spicy citrus character. Try it out with a light spring salad.
This local microbrew from Hamilton features Citra, Centennial and Amarillo hops. By adding orange and lemon peel, the result is a supremely zesty citrus blond ale that will please any IPA aficionado.
This big and bold tawny port beautifully balances sweet raisin flavours with spicy oak notes. The result is smooth, mature, and wildly complex. Try it with any caramel, vanilla or milk chocolate dessert.
Taylor Fladgate pioneered this port style, barrel-ageing single vintages four to six years. Richer and more complex than typical ruby port, it’s a luscious mate to salty Stilton or dark chocolate.
Especially rich and luscious, this ruby port exudes ripe mulberry, black cherry and plum flavours with a hint of caramel. Like all modern ports, it's ready to drink – no need to decant.
A fine aperitif, aged three years in oak, with aromas of yellow plum and white mulberry. Unlike red ports, which last four to six weeks, white ports like this are at their best within a week of opening.