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Metaxa For Enthusiasts and Newbies

Metaxa is the devil of Greek brandy. That being said, Metaxa is a real good brandy. Imported from Greece, this brandy demonstrates loads of character and flavor. The caramel tones and aromas will persuade any brandy non-enthusiast into taking a sip. For newcomers, the aromas have a strong hint of alcohol. I suggest sniffing this drink like you would […]

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Bacardi Oakheart, A Sipping and a Taste

Cracking open Bacardi’s newest edition to their lineup, Bacardi Oakheart, I can really smell the hints of caramel and honey, with a hint of sweet smokiness. Sipping the rum was delectable with a delicate mix of flavors. It wasn’t too strong and it wasn’t too smooth This rum doesn’t even need a mixer to go with […]

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Grapefruit Saketini, A Saké Cocktal

Easy and breezy! Since I do not drink vodka often and the owner of the Grey Goose NEVER drinks vodka, especially flavored, I decided to mix it into something. Coincidentally, I also had some saké lying around.   Ingredients: 2 oz (Shot glass size) of saké (in my case I used Cloudy/Unfiltered saké for more flavor.) […]

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Holy Mackerel Panic Attack Beer, Rogue Dead Guy Ale

Let me start by saying, Holy Mackerel Panic Attack Beer tastes like fish! Laureen would whole-heartedly disagree, but man alive! It tasted like bait! So now we are going to do a two-person conflicting review of this beer for those who want to check it out for themselves! I was not a fan of this […]

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Florida Native Lager! Who Knew? Not Us!

Enter the World Famous Parrot Lounge. I’ve been a regular customer at The Parrot on Wednesday nights, happy hours, and Taco Tuesdays, they serve really tasty foods, and they always had a great (albeit small) selection of craft beers. This time around though The Parrot had a special on a beer I haven’t heard of, […]