Cigar City Warmer Winter Winter Warmer • Fairly clear burgundy/mahogany color with some haziness, slight carbonation is visible. Classic barleywine aroma of dark malt. Tons of malty sweetness is present right away. At the same time, there’s a noticeable bitterness. At first it’s dry, then it becomes dank and citrusy – akin to orange juice concentrate rather than orange or grapefruit juice straight up. Subtle confectionery notes can be found, as well.
Seasonal Jewelry In winter your jewelry can be heavier in it’s weight and feel. In summer, a heavy necklace feels hot and bothersome. Glass jewellery, light and airy pieces tend to look better in summer than winter. Winter is the time for larger pieces, materials like wood or polished stone, darker colours and warmer tones such as red, orange and amber. Warmer weather calls for lighter cooler colours, more space and air in the pieces. Diamonds and Pearls are for all seasons.
Orange and Endive Salads – Another Good Thing about Winter Winter is orange city around here. Quantities of peel get candied. The zest adds flavor to stews, enhances the stuffing of roast fowl, perfumes custards and cheesecakes and lends its zing to pastries from pound cake to gingerbread. Result: the fridge is frequently full of naked oranges needing to be used up.