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Betina's new Suisse La Bleue #2.5

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Posted on Saturday, April 6, 2002 - 8:16 am:   Edit PostPrint Post

"Farmer number 2 no
longer produced last year after his operation was dismantled, so to speak."

Nolan, dismantled? Ha! How do you know he didnt beat it out of town after that poison batch of "#2" caused a rush in the emergency room? His herbal yet subdued metallic flavoring contains hints of copper or steel. Prety good, huh? And Betty was left to gather up the remains and cut everyones throat.
Although I apologize to you for being especailly nasty the other night, you're really starting to sound like a broken fuckin record. Stop!
Do you have anything else to share other than how much of your inherited money you funnel off to Betty?
Heres some advice from me. Check those spoons from the Pontarlier basement and dont buy any le chat posters.
Posted on Friday, April 5, 2002 - 7:37 pm:   Edit PostPrint Post

This new offering from Betina is a real winner. I am told it is called 2.5
as the farmer is a relative of famous farmer number 2. Farmer number 2 no
longer produced last year after his operation was dismantled, so to speak.
I never had the opportunity to sip his creation. This one, 2.5, is herbal
subdued, and contains hints of citrus,almost lemon. The citrus combines
with a faint cinnamon and juniper taste
and scent. Earthy and herbal, the words refreshing and pleasing come
immediately to mind. I like this one. The anis is present just as it should
be but complements,not dominates, the other herbs. It tastes like alpine
Switzerland in a glass.
This is good absinthe: I started feeling the herbal effects even before I
felt the alcohol. A pleasing clarity of thought with ideas bursting forth,
one smoothly sliding into the next and no interruption. A gentle warmth, a
little different than the warmth that good liquor gives, although the
alcohol warmth is present, as well.
I promise that if one is in tune with the mood of this La Bleue that you
will feel the difference. I have an idea that if the conditions were just
right a person could possibly get a glimpse of La Fee Verte while imbibing
this elixir. I will most definitely be ordering this La Bleue again, and
soon, I suspect!!!!

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