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Wine Ice Cream

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Welcome to Wine Ice Cream USA Distributors’ Web site. This site will introduce you to Mercer’s Dairy newest ice cream and existing product lines.

We have begun to reach out and sell this amazing product online. At this time our main focus is to bring Mercer’s Dairy newest product; Wine Ice Cream to you. This product is so special Mercer’s Dairy had to patented it because, it’s the only wine infused ice cream in the world. The blending of 12% butter fat and 5% alcohol by volume giving it several national and international tasting awards. Each pint has the equivalent of a 6 ounce glass of wine. Mixing a heavenly ice cream flavor and taste with heaven’s drink (wine) of choice. That might be streatching it a bit. But we challenge you to decide for yourself. We believe it. Mercer’s combination of six different flavors of gourmet ice cream and premium wines, makes it, one of the best adult premium ice cream tasting products manufactured in the world.

Each state has classified Mercer’s Wine Ice Cream differently; some say it’s a food, some say it’s an alcohol beverage! Please take a minute and send us an email to us at: info@wineicecreamUSA.com and see how your state has classified this amazing new Adult Gourmet Ice Cream dessert.

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Tactical Sammiches and Bacon, Shelf Stable For Years After Apocalypse

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In addition to a fine array of AR-15 assault rifle variants, CMMG makes Tactical Sammiches, shelf stable sandwiches that can be stored for up to 2 years. If that’s not shelf stable enough, their Tac Bac bacon lasts for 10 years. Either are perfect, when paired with one of CMMG’s M4 carbines, as a light post-apocalyptic lunch. ThinkGeek sells both tactical snacks and created a video promoting Tactical Sammiches. ThinkGeek does not sell M4 carbines.




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Hot Chocolate Cupcakes

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Hot chocolate look-a-like cupcakes from Ladybird.
“1, To make these cupcakes I first made a batch of vanilla cupcakes. Then, once cooled, I peeled off the cupcake papers.
2. I then smoothed white chocolate ganache over the sides, leaving the base and top uncovered.
3. Once the ganache had set (about 30 minutes), I attached a measured strip of white RTR fondant. The strip was wide enough to match the height of the cupcake and to give room to hold the cupcake icing to follow.
4. To attach the cup handle I lay the cupcake on their sides and attached a small strip of fondant with a little water.
5. Next I made the italian meringue icing (see below), which I coloured brown with brown food colouring.
6. I then carefully spooned the icing into the ‘cups’ and smoothed gently then topped with miniature marshmallows. “

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