Goldschlager contains a small amount of 24-karat gold flakes. The flakes float in a hot cinnamon schnapps manufactured in Switzerland. It can be served on its own or mixed in drinks. More »

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While there is no definitive explanation as to why Goldschlager contain thin, 24-karat gold flakes, the inclusion of gold may be in reference to an old occupation. Goldschlager is a German word that literally means "gold... More »

The gold flakes in Goldschlager liquor are actual flakes of gold leaf. Edible gold leaf made from 22-carat, 23-carat or 24-carat gold and silver alloy is used in drinks and in confectionery applications, such as cake dec... More »

While there is no definitive explanation as to why Goldschlager contain thin, 24-karat gold flakes, the inclusion of gold may be in reference to an old occupation. Goldschlager is a German word that literally means "gold... More »

The gold flakes in Goldschlager liquor are actual flakes of gold leaf. Edible gold leaf made from 22-carat, 23-carat or 24-carat gold and silver alloy is used in drinks and in confectionery applications, such as cake dec... More »

There are several ways to distinguish real gold from fake gold, also called fool's gold, such as the presence or absence of shine, external color and weight. Genuine gold typically retains its shine in shade and in light... More »

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Beer, especially traditional beer, contains a lot of calories, so drinking a lot of it in one sitting significantly increases a person's calorie intake. Unless the person is exercising enough to burn off the extra calori... More »

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