Posts Tagged ‘taste


The BevWizard Wine Enhancer is an ingeniously designed pouring device that improves many youthful red and white wines or with other words it makes cheaper wines taste better 😉

It is especially well on young, tannic red wines and significantly oaked white wines. These tannic, astringent wines are made softer and fruitier, with less bitterness particularly on the “finish”. As tannic wine passes through the high-intensity magnetic field in the pouring spout, the structure of the tannins is rapidly altered, yielding a softer, silkier mouthfeel. Wine is made to taste softer and fruitier as if it had been further bottle aged. This effect makes wines less aggressive and more palatable.

Neodymium magnets create the powerful magnetic field that works the BevWizard’s magic. The BevWizard is also very easy to use… it has no moving parts, requires no maintenance, is easily washed, and is very durable. Simply “plug” snugly into the bottle-neck and pour away! Only beverages poured through the BevWizard are altered; beverage remaining in the bottle remains unaltered!

The price of the BevWizard Wine Enhancer is $29.95

For more information about the BevWizard Wine Enhancer…

Weasel Coffee

25, Jul 2006


This amazing coffee is so rare and so astonishing, even Gareth Hunt would be shaking his beans in disbelief! Why? Well, as the name sort of (well, it doesn’t really) suggests, Weasel coffee has been eaten and regurgitated by rare Vietnamese weasels! Honestly! As you can imagine, the weasels’ gastric goings-on radically alter the taste of the coffee and the result is a stronger, smoother, heady flavoured coffee that will appeal to serious connoisseurs of the mighty bean. Once ‘evacuated’ by the bean-loving fur balls, the coffee is collected by eagle-eyed villagers, who then market the stuff directly to the manufacturers.

This richly refreshing coffee is great news in PR terms for the poor old weasel, as the much-maligned creature is frequently (and erroneously) associated with treachery and deceit. In fact, a quick look in the dictionary reveals that, as well as describing a small carnivore, the word weasel can also be used to depict a person who is sly, perfidious and double-crossing.

And anyone who recalls the naughty weasels in Roger Rabbit will remember that they were portrayed as a bunch of cowardly sidekicks who bore more than a passing resemblance to Dean Gaffney. All of which is a great pity, because if it weren’t for these furtive little fellows you’d never be able to enjoy the strange but refreshing delights of Weasel Coffee.

Weasel Coffee is great for serving post dinner-party – of course, telling the guests about its production process is strictly optional, but we recommend you spill the beans (boom boom) after they’ve consumed it – and it also makes a great conversation piece in the office coffee-making area. So don’t try weaselling out of it, order yours today! It’s totally safe, totally sterilised and totally delicious. Pass the biscuits. (No weasels were harmed during the making of this coffee).

The price of the Weasel Coffee is about $9.20, but it is only being delivered in the UK.

If you are still interested in buying this weasel coffee after reading how it is made… 😉