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Doc’s Draft House Pear Hard Apple Cider and American Fruits Bourbon Barrel Aged 12 Months Apple Liqueur (quick booze roundup)

“I’m drunk!” It’s all Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery all the time (of Warwick, New York) – over the last few days, we’ve chugged down Doc’s Draft House Pear Hard Apple Cider and American Fruits Bourbon Barrel Aged 12 Months Apple Liqueur. The opinions have been recorded, so we’re ready to talk some booze! Doc’s Draft House Pear Hard Apple Cider 5.5% alcohol We were both satisfied with this offering – the mixing of Pears and Apples brought something smooth yet… I dunno, cutting to the flavor and texture. I’m trying to say it tastes good and kinda does two opposing things at once. It’s good, but I don’t think it’s going to change anyone’s religion. American Fruits Bourbon Barrel Aged 12 Months Apple Liqueur 19.5% alc/vol This one might change my religion. Or, it has at least convinced me to start experimenting with liqueurs. I thought this was a sweet addition to any bourbon lover’s cabinet – a nice after dinner desert in booze form. The flavor adds a wonderful warm touch of bourbon which I believe is taking the edge off the apple, and I was delighted. I handed the glass to Dr. Girlfriend and it only took one sip and expression – she said, “I can taste the bourbon,” but she didn’t need to. A well known bourbon hater, I could see it on her face, so this one probably isn’t going to turn anyone into a true believer. It’s like the old saying goes: you can get some of the people drunk half of the time, but you can get all of the people drunk most of the time… what was I talking about? Anyway, you can’t please everyone.

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About Jamie Insalaco

Jamie Insalaco is the author of CreativeJamie.com, BomberBanter.com and editor in chief of ComicBookClog.com

Posted on July 24, 2014, in observations and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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