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#1 Brian Robinson

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 06:43 PM

Alan Moss was nice enough to include us in his references for his seminar.  FYI, the seminar was very well attended and got a huge round of applause when it ended.  Several people approached me throughout the week talking about how much they enjoyed it.  Well done, Alan!


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#2 Alan Moss

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 09:18 PM

Thanks, Brian. It was great to spend time with you, Larspeart, Chrissie, and Ted on Friday. Also to meet briefly with Artemis, Imp, Grim, Pierre Verte and Tirador.

I've been in the liquor business for almost 24 years, and my 5 days in NOLA ranks as the most amazing drinks experience ever. The food, the drinks, the company, the surroundings: everything. Add to that the fact that it's in America's absinthe "heartland," and it all becomes even more special.

And it seems they don't automatically set fire to the drinks in the Olld Absinthe House now.
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