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Re: Booze

Oh!  It is quite delicious- made by the Saronno people and I found it at 
Costco of all places!  It is basically the Amaretto equivelent of 
Bailey's Irish Cream.  You will love Talea.


Pam Evans wrote:

>Gorgeous wine rack (Jesse did you see?) and tell me more about Talea? 
>I adore amaretto.
>On Apr 6, 2005 9:54 PM, Theresa <tchessie@comcast.net> wrote:
>>Wow- you are well stocked.  I'm not so crazy about vanilla scented
>>things, but I do like real vanilla in cooking- so I might give it a
>>try.  My most recent favorite was discovering Talea- its an amaretto
>>cream liquor.  I love it in hot chocolate- or just straight.
>>Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:
>>>>I'm in touch with that, although I've switched to vodka lately. I'm going
>>>>to visit my dad and his wife this weekend, taking a WHOLE bottle with me....
>>>OK, at the risk of sounding like a lush, I consider myself an expert
>>>on liqueurs and spirits.  :)
>>>For my resume, check out the winerack/liquor shelf that I built this
>>>  http://www.mallorn.com/~lindsey/winerack/tn/dscn0553.jpg.html
>>>  http://www.mallorn.com/~lindsey/winerack/tn/dscn0555.jpg.html
>>>The absolute *best* liqueur I've ever tasted is a fairly new one called
>>>naVan.  It's the first new liqueur produced by the House of Grand Marnier
>>>in 150 years and is made by macerating Madagascar vanilla beans in
>>>It's not overly sweet and the finish keeps getting better and better with
>>>time.  After ten seconds or so you're left with a wonderful flavor as if
>>>you had been chewing on a vanilla bean.
>>>It runs between $37 to $46/bottle, so it's not prohibitively expensive.
>>>If you get a chance, try it!
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