Wine is a wonderful way to relax and recharge after a long day.
But it can also cause an allergic reaction if ingested too often.
Wine is often thought of as a great way to make yourself feel better after a stressful day, but the real reason it’s so great is because it contains a small amount of the chemical bromine, according to the Canadian Wine Council.
It’s also a commonly used food additive that can lead to a yeast infection if consumed in large amounts.
While brominated flame retardants are considered a no-no in the United States, bromination is legal in Canada.
The cologne brand Bumble and Bumble has been accused of brominating the scent of the famous cotton candy wine RIOJA.
A Canadian wine bar in Toronto, however, has been making its own cotton candy wines for years.
The RIOJas are produced in Canada and are known for their sweet and fruity scent.
The name comes from the Italian word for “biscuit.”
RIOJO and its sister wine, RIOHA, have a distinctive aroma.
They are also widely available in the U.S. The Australian wine bar, The Winehouse, sells the RIOJJas, too.
The product has become such a hit in Australia that it has been banned in the country, and many other countries have banned their use.
“Our customers are so passionate about RIO JA and they’re very protective of their brands, and so we’ve decided to make it available here in Canada,” said The Wine House’s director of marketing, Paul Sneddon.
“If you’re not familiar with the product, it’s the bromines that give it its signature smell.”
Snedden says RIOJB is an excellent choice for those who don’t like the smell of cologne.
“There are many ways to use it, including it as a scent enhancer, as a natural sweetener, and as a brominate,” he said.
The company has created a line of wine bars that sell RIOJS as well as other wine-based perfumes and other products.
The new RIOJs, which have been tested and approved by the Australian Food Standards Agency, have an alcohol content of only 2.5 per cent.
Sneddeens said the product has been a hit among customers who have been searching for the berry scent.
“They’ve been so excited to try it out that we’re just now starting to see a lot more of them coming in to our outlets,” he told CBC News.
“I think it’s going to be a huge hit with people.”
The wine bar also sells the wine for personal use.
Steddon said they have seen an increase in RIOjas and RIOs coming into stores in recent weeks.
“We’ve seen a couple of orders of about three or four a day,” he added.
“The sales have been really positive.”
The WineHouse’s sales manager, Amanda Wilson, said she’s been getting inquiries from customers asking if they can use the Riojas in their home.
“People are really excited about it,” she said.
“It’s something we’re always pushing to get into the market.”