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What Wine Did You Drink Today #1? 480 September 17, 2019
Here we go, again, another "best of" list 20 September 13, 2019
Kombucha -- who's a fan? 82 September 10, 2019
BEER - What did we drink (today/recently)? 213 September 8, 2019
The Drinker's Bonus 10 September 4, 2019
What's are some of your favorite coffee roasters out there? Decaf? 5 August 29, 2019
What Did You Drink Today (non-wine) #1? 813 August 29, 2019
Canned Wine Competition 1 July 27, 2019
Chinese Teas 118 July 6, 2019
If you could capture any aroma in a drink, what would you want? 23 July 1, 2019
Lidl 5 June 23, 2019
The Pu-erh Brokers of Yunnan Province (Chinese tea) 1 June 9, 2019
Brown Butter Bourbon...has anyone made this? 5 June 7, 2019
A little history, a bit of future-casting from an unsung spirits producer 11 June 7, 2019
Discovered a "phantom" Irish Whiskey 8 June 4, 2019
Coffee: Cancer Warning in California 37 June 4, 2019
A Review (and story) of Duke Bourbon 5 June 2, 2019
The best liquor from every state 5 April 12, 2019
Any hobbyist winemakers here? 18 April 7, 2019
And, in time for St Patrick's Day consumption... 4 March 15, 2019
Coffeegeeking: How Coffee roast degree affects sensory perceptions 28 March 15, 2019
Which Cocktail references do you use? 8 February 28, 2019
Question about Old Overholt Rye Whiskey... 12 February 14, 2019
Ideas for what to order at a bar when you don't want booze 25 February 8, 2019
Toxic Chemical Glyphosate (Roundup) found in 100% of wine tested.................. 11 January 27, 2019
I Love my Morning Coffee 37 January 8, 2019
Teapot washing and seasoning 11 January 8, 2019
Tea time might rhyme, with iron deficiency 4 January 8, 2019
Gaiwan - do you use it? 5 January 7, 2019
Trader Joe's/Bargain Wine Finds 21 December 19, 2018

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