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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    ovaltine is the shiz. chocolate malt ftw!
    They're all good but I like the classic blue can one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    I just had this the other day for the first time. I don't know what to say really other than it was one of the best-tasting things I have ever had.

    The heat-tickle of ginger, the fermentation bubble-texture of Champagne, the astringency of tea, the gentle bite of a dark berry skin, sweet yet with very little sugar, a scent to make my mouth water - it was as engaging to my senses as the best Trappist ales, Champagnes, and single-malt scotch whiskys.




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    - Lime juice.
    - Amaretto coffee sweetener.
    - Vanilla coffee sweetener.
    - Water.

    You can substitute lemon for lime juice.


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    Here are two great raspberry-flavored drinks.

    Not the most representative lambic in the world, but so damn tasty:

    Lindemans - Framboise

    A little-known (at least in this day and age) but very delicious cocktail, the blinker:

    2 ounces rye whiskey (Crown Royal works, but try to find a real majority rye Canadian)
    1 ounce fresh grapefruit juice
    1 teaspoon raspberry syrup (I prefer the Smucker's stuff you'd put on ice cream)

    Shake well with ice in a shaker, strain, and serve cold. Add a garnish if you so desire. The sweet-and-tart flavors mix so well, and the rye gives it a slight peppery, woody bite. A great twist on the tired old whiskey sour (which I think is a fine drink, but sour mix is usually junk, and well whiskey doesn't help).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Not the most representative lambic in the world, but so damn tasty:

    Lindemans - Framboise
    Yep, love it. I have a bottle ready to go for a birthday in a couple days. Hmm, maybe it was the Kriek.

    I think the Pomme is lovely too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aeon View Post
    I just had this the other day for the first time. I don't know what to say really other than it was one of the best-tasting things I have ever had.

    The heat-tickle of ginger, the fermentation bubble-texture of Champagne, the astringency of tea, the gentle bite of a dark berry skin, sweet yet with very little sugar, a scent to make my mouth water - it was as engaging to my senses as the best Trappist ales, Champagnes, and single-malt scotch whiskys.




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    I had kombucha for the first time a few months ago. I picked it up from the local health/organic/raw foods store here, and it really was like nothing I have drunk before.
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    Found a drink at a coffee house up in Gettysburg PA- The Nutty Jasper

    ~1.5 cups coffee, ~1.5 cups chocolate milk
    Four tablespoons peanut butter
    About 2 cups ice

    Blend until smooth

    Optional: 1/2 cup peanuts, chocolate chips or peanut butter chips.
    A friend made this for us last night and she put nutmeg on top; it was good.

    Just made 2 batches of these this morning, had 2 cups of it... it filled me up. I recommend brewing the coffee very strong since it's diluted by the other stuff; wonder how it would do with shots of espresso instead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirilis View Post
    Found a drink at a coffee house up in Gettysburg PA- The Nutty Jasper

    ~1.5 cups coffee, ~1.5 cups chocolate milk
    Four tablespoons peanut butter
    About 2 cups ice

    Blend until smooth

    Optional: 1/2 cup peanuts, chocolate chips or peanut butter chips.
    A friend made this for us last night and she put nutmeg on top; it was good.

    Just made 2 batches of these this morning, had 2 cups of it... it filled me up. I recommend brewing the coffee very strong since it's diluted by the other stuff; wonder how it would do with shots of espresso instead...
    That's a meal replacement right there. Sounds tasty though.

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    Try my strawberry-limonade. It's soo DELICIOUS!

    Ingredients:
    -1 small lime
    -1 8 oz. glass
    -Sugar
    -3 rinsed strawberries..
    -1 spoon
    -H20
    -Ice

    1.) Roll lime to release juices. Cut/squeeze into glass. Set the squeezed lime aside. Add sugar about 2/3s of the amount of lime juice in glass, eyeball it. Place squeezed lime back into glass again, using the spoon, mush the lime with its flesh faced downwards into the sugar, mush 5 times to release the oils from the skin (this gives it a flagrant smell!).

    2.) Add strawberries/mush with spoon into the sugar/lime mix. Add water about 3 times the height of the sugar/lime in the glass. Stir until sugar dissolves. Add ice. Enjoy..

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