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Coffee can definitely be mixed with tequila. However most recipes do not stop at simply a tequila/coffee mixture. The vast majority of such drinks involve a few more ingredients into these types of drinks. A friend of mine is a great fan of kahlua, so obviously we like to make something similar to a Mexican Coffee. Ingredients 10 ounces coffee (...


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The label looks like Serbian, and says: Гарантовано природна (garantovano prirodna) = Guaranteed Natural стара 10 година (stara 10 godina) = Aged 10 Years I don't see anything that identifies it further. But if this was offered as a "typical" Yugoslav gift, it might well be barrel-aged plum brandy (slivovitz).


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I buy from here: https://www.absinthes.com/ Plenty of choice and they ship worldwide.


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In Canada you are able to purchase absinthe in most liquor stores including government run liquor stores. Here in British Columbia, I have never seen a liquor outlet without absinthe for sale. They are usually imported from various countries such as the Czech Republic and France. Canada also produces some of its’ own absinthe as is seen here. Liquor ...


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There are a ton of cocktails that mix tequila and coffee. There are three options for the coffee part of it: canned/bottled, liquor/liqueur, and home brewed/coffee house. Home brewed coffee is fun for experimentation and there are a lot of variables to work with. Coffee has three different growing regions, different roasts, and brewing methods. These things ...


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Certain spoilage bacteria can give an acetone like flavor. I’ve personally had a batch of homemade wine turn out with this flavor after being improperly sanitized beforehand. However, the wine itself was perfectly safe to drink, and I’ve gone though many bottles of it no problem. In my experience, most liquors simply get a bad taste when they spoil, and aren’...


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It is without doubt the Armenian "Proshyan" VSOP cognac. It is not the "Proshyan" XO or the "Proshyan" VS. All three are from Armenia. "Proshyan" VSOP


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Just wait until you are in Canada... E.g. https://okanaganspirits.com/products/absinthe/taboo-genuine-absinthe/ https://nationalpost.com/appetizer/happy-hours-guide-to-absinthe-the-louche-bag-brands-available-in-canada


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I either pour a little at the bottom of a glass, and then add prosecco... or as of late... I pour a shot of it into a fruity beer, such as a cranberry/ raspberry sour. I call it an italian car bomb. It's surprisingly refreshing.


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