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Everything posted by redwun

  1. Wow! haven't been here in a while...forgot how much fun this place can be! Hope you all are well!!!
  2. Sorry,please delete this topic.I couln't get the video to post.
  3. Happy birthday young lady....Don't do anything I would!
  4. With Stefano suspending production of his absinthes "indefinitely," and the decline in quality of Pernot brands such as Authentique,Sauvage,and Roquette,I wish I had the forsight,and the will power to archive a couple bottles of each of these to pass down to future generations.Hopefully someone will do this.I wonder how these favorite absinthes of mine will be regarded 100 yrs from now?
  5. Happy birthday... I'll have a couple for ya!
  6. I recycle them.Try this to remove your label first: http://www.labeloff.com/?gclid=CjwKEAjw0KK4BRDCiKHD5Ny8pHESJACLE620SP7a7lTsretZKtp6QDvbDKC1PPQ0DJ3_5bvmLlGKBxoCSFvw_wcB
  7. Hmmm.....I just googled the instrument & it looks like it's been around for some time.I wasn't aware of it.Thanks SC!
  8. Wow that's different.A frettless nylon string banjo.
  9. It's always been at the top of my list and in my cabinet.
  10. I threw an oz of blanche into a mint ice cream milk shake.Not too bad! Might be a good way for some to get rid of their Kübler.
  11. FPB...the gentle hand of reason.
  12. While Vert d'Absinthe carries some excellent exclusive lines,their shipping is very expensive,w/no quantity discount whatsoever the last I knew.If I can make a friendly suggestion,the next thime you buy a widely available absinthe,check out www.absinthes.com .They have a large selection,very good prices and free shipping with an order of $250 or more. The WWS also has a list of "preferred vendors" you can check out as well.
  13. Are they producing those lines themselves,or are they just making their facility available for an independent distiller(s) to come in and use for Verte d'Abs and for whoever else I wonder?