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Take your drinking games up a level from flip-cup and beer pong. For those who are tired of beer stealing all of the thunder at parties, Read Between The Wines! may be the answer to your wine-drunk prayers.
Here’s how the game works: Everyone samples wine and one person picks a theme — similar to Cards Against Humanity. Then, people write a description that fits into that theme and everyone votes for their favorite one.
Once the wine runs out, the person with the most votes is declared Master Connoisseur.
Whether you want to use Read Between The Wines! to work on your wine palate or your wit, it’ll certainly shake up expectations among your wino friends. You can snag the game from Amazon for $24.99 (regularly $40).
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Amanda Booth is an ecommerce specialist who focuses on Etsy and Amazon deals. Her work has also been published by VH1. She joined IBM as a content designer in January 2018.