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Stones - Original Ginger Wine

Ginger Wine

70cl Bottle £5.69
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  • ABV13.5%
  • VintageNV

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Ginger Flavoured

The best selling and longest surviving ginger wine - a testament to its quality and taste.

5 cocktails with Stones - Original Ginger Wine

3 Comments

Alex Garside 2007-03-02 15:22:58

This is one of the most disgusting drinks I have ever tasted.

Jeff 2006-01-31 22:57:51

This is great for a nightcap or whenever! By itself it's as the previous reviewer said. I find it great for a cure-all for colds and flu (well, at least you feel better the next day!)! One third Stones and 2 thirds any Scotch blend. Have this before you go to bed. It'll make you sweat rivers and knocks you out! Great stuff! And "no ice please" it's English!

Carl Harrison 2005-11-15 22:16:02

This drink is a must-have for a winter warmer. The ginger sensation is just so warming and can be drink in small or large ammounts, on its own, or perhaps with a soft drink of your choice, but on its own is far nicer to get the warmth. Alternatively, mix with a smidge of vodka, for the ultimate winter warmer.