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And because the breath of flowers is far sweeter in the air (where it comes and goes like the warbling of music) than in the hand, therefore nothing is more fit for that delight, than to know what be the flowers and plants that do best perfume the air.
They were, moreover, in the present case, embittered with certain circumstances, which being mixed with sweeter ingredients, tended altogether to compose a draught that might be termed bitter-sweet; than which, as nothing can be more disagreeable to the palate, so nothing, in the metaphorical sense, can be so injurious to the mind.
Tim Wilson, of Wilson Drinks Report, said: "Prosecco feels special, is slightly sweeter than champagne and this age group seems to have embraced it.
Rancic was looking to fill the high demand from consumers for a sweeter taste that has been trending in the wine industry.
RALLY JUBILANT Calum Duffy toasted his eighth Tunnock's Mull Rally win yesterday - and said his latest success was sweeter than ever.
WIMBLEDON fortnight is set to be bigger, sweeter and juicier than last year - and that's just the strawberries, according to industry experts.
We take the rubbish sent to us from the Commons and turn it into something sweeter.
Livingston boss John McGlynn admitted Andy Barrowman's last–gasp winner couldn't have been any sweeter.
Artificial sweeteners are a lot sweeter than regular sugar, on the order of 250 times sweeter, so that's where the concerns came from," said Vasanti Malik, a nutrition researcher from the Harvard School of Public Health, who was not part of the study.
Speaking of showers, despite the British weather doing its best to put a dampener on crops, this year's "home-grown" strawberries are set to be even sweeter and tastier than ever.
Cleverley said the team is gunning to come back stronger next season, and would the fact that their bitter rivals took their crown from them, it would make the task of winning it back twice sweeter.
And his victory was all the sweeter - as he celebrated it in a pub full of Red Devil fans.