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Description Rock & Pop - Studio, LiveRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Emporio, Talking Music - Distributor: 2 Entertain/Sony DADC - Released: 16/03/1998 - 9781861171597 more

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Description Alternative - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Phantom Import Distribution, Banana - Distributor: Cargo, Shellshock/SRD - Released: 17/10/2005 - 5055161500628 more

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“Rosé Retro”

published 04/04/2015

Classic design, fresh, drinkable, good price

A tad sweeter than I usually like

...Wine-wise, the seventies seem to have been dominated by the triumvirate of Blue Nun, Black Tower and Mateus Rosé. Blue Nun & Black Tower were both German sweet white wines, very typical of the times, but both brands have since updated themselves, redesigning bottles and labels, and introducing new varieties (including reds & rosés). Whilst I would probably find the original wine undrinkable now...

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Excellent

“Edible roses!”

published 05/03/2015

Great quality, good value, versatile

Nothing

...A few months ago I decided to embark on making some edible flowers to use as cake decorations. To do this I needed to purchase some cutters to allow me to make the petal shapes. I opted for the PME rose petal cutter set which I purchased from Amazon for £5.99. These cutters are made from metal and come in 4 different sizes 15, 25, 35 and 40mm. To use the cutters you simply need to roll out...

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Not for me

Certainly sticks around and some people seem to love it...

...Both me and my fiancee found the smell offensive as heck!

.... There will undoubtedly be more added as and when decent deals/gullible relatives can be found. One of the samples I laid my hands on was for Imogen Rose which is one of Lush?s more expensive perfumes and I was certainly intrigued. Back-story It is marketed by Lush as ?a true representation of the Damask rose? with ?a hint of baby powder? and was supposedly created in homage to Simon?s young...

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