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Re: Booze (was Raccoon/oysters)


I can't believe they even MAKE Tab anymore!!! I don't recall even seeing
it on the shelves in the store. Zem told me that when we went to Hot
Springs and I just couldn't believe it!

 


Zemuly Sanders <zsanders@midsouth.rr.com> wrote:
Very plebian tastes here -- no alcohol. I an an inveterate Tab drinker; 
that and water keep me going, so I am a cheap date. 
zem
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Cathy Carpenter" 
To: 
Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2005 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Booze (was Raccoon/oysters)


> Sounds interesting - especially since the older I get, the less I go for 
> "sweet". But I would never find it in Quincy, IL!
> Cathy
>
>> 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
>> cognac.
>>
>> 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!
>>
>> Chris
>>
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