oLN Word search Number 15

23 February, 2007

OLN is putting your little grey cells to the test for the last time in this final word search of the series. Hidden in the grid below is a selection of garnishes and flavourings that you would most commonly find in a fully stocked bar. The remaining letters when unscrambled will reveal what they all share in common.

Look out for a new tantalising brain teaser in the next issue.

Cinammon

Ice

Maraschino Cherries

Nutmeg

Black Olives

Green Olives

Salt

Carrot

Lemon Peel

Cocktail Onion

Tabasco Sauce

Whipped Cream

Worcestershire Sauce

Almond

Lime Peel

Marshmallows

Mint

Orange Peel

Orange Spiral

Raisins

Jalepeno

W O R C E S T E R S H I R E A

H N O R A N G E A D N I N T S

I S O P E E L U G A N O O P W

P P N I M B C E E A K O M E O

P I D I N E T O M S C R M E L

E R L D M O C O T S A A A L L

D A D I R S N U E E L I N T A

C L N R A E N V G I B S I N M

R T A B P T I R N R E I C E H

E C A E L L K O A R C N E E S

A T L A O N K C R E U S C R R

M A S S E V I L O H A S I G A

J P E E L O N I H C S A R A M




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Talking terroir

When Bordeaux was in fashion, it seemed almost logical that we should fetishise winemakers. Here were people responsible for brilliant acts of blending, across large estates and multiple grape varieties, including superstars such as cabernet sauvignon and merlot. These days, fashion has moved on and pinot noir is ascendant. As a result, the star of the winemaker has fallen and we find ourselves following a new star in the sky: terroir.

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