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contessa
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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: peconic]
      #1084522 - 12/15/09 04:20 PM (70.19.191.254)

Brian, MaDouDou 'factory' has wonderful spices. I got some terrific ginger there. A limited supply but really good. Also, the Spice Lady in SXM is my other supplier. Awesome whole nutmeg!!
I like the label suggestion!


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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: contessa]
      #1085220 - 12/17/09 10:45 AM (24.63.96.61)

Where do you find the diet ginger beer? maybe Trader Jo's or Whole Foods? Or the liquor stores?

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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: contessa]
      #1085281 - 12/17/09 01:10 PM (67.244.66.57)

i've heard of the spice man.. who and where is the spice lady?

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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: Anonymous]
      #1085529 - 12/18/09 07:34 AM (70.19.187.214)

Trader Joe's has had it....also some liquor stores.


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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: Anonymous]
      #1085568 - 12/18/09 09:04 AM (72.68.64.210)

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Anonymous said:
Where do you find the diet ginger beer? maybe Trader Jo's or Whole Foods? Or the liquor stores?

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They carry ginger beer in our local liquor store...
It's alcoholic and tastes just OK IMO...
We can also find non-alcoholic Ginger Beer in local supermarkets like Shop-Rite... Good in a BBQ sauce...

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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: peconic]
      #1085609 - 12/18/09 10:58 AM (75.68.26.231)

Brian,

I didn't know that ginger beer came in an alcoholic variety. I thought that it was just a soda. I bought it in a supermarket. I use it to make 'dark and stormys'. I can't imagine what the alcoholic variety would be like but I'll bet it would sure kick up the 'dark and stormys' if it were used along with the rum.

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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: WayneH]
      #1085734 - 12/18/09 03:09 PM (70.19.187.4)

Brian, are you sure it's not called 'dark n'stormy'? Because I've seen cans of them and it'll say 'ginger beer dark n'stormy'. But, I'm with Wayne in not seeing the alcholic variety. Yikes, that would bring the kick up a couple of notches!!


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      #1085795 - 12/18/09 05:26 PM (72.68.64.210)

Here's an example of one:
http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/news.ma/article/82138

The one they carry at our local Liquor Store is made in Brittan... sorry, don't remember the Brand Name...

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      #1085806 - 12/18/09 05:59 PM (75.68.26.231)

Brian,

It is being marketed to 20 to 35 year olds. Boy, that sure cuts out most of us by a generation or two. lol

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Re: Thanks Brian and Contessa [Re: WayneH]
      #1085821 - 12/18/09 06:24 PM (72.68.64.210)

Wayne, I've had it once when our son bought it...
It was good, but rather on the hot side (ginger hot)...
I couldn't drink a whole six-pack at one time though! That's for sure...
It would be great in cooking... maybe with a nice brisket in the crockpot?

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