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Mud's Elderberry Brandy

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Mud's Elderberry Brandy

Postby dutchmancreek » Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:01 pm

Mud my boy, this stuff is growing on me. I was just out in the shop working on my smoker and took your jar out of the cabinet and poured a small drink (in the glass I keep there for emergencies...like when I need a drink) and enjoyed it so much I poured another. That subtle berry flavor and aroma is very nice. I sat down in a chair, lit a small cigar, and savored it. I did have to cut it slightly with water to get it down from your "cask strength".

This is very different and very good.
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Re: Mud's Elderberry Brandy

Postby minime » Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:58 pm

It's how you use your junk. Mud did good!
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Re: Mud's Elderberry Brandy

Postby punkin » Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:35 am

I think he just waved his junk over it a bit.


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Re: Mud's Elderberry Brandy

Postby big worm » Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:18 am

that explains the little curly hair in the mead :|
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Re: Mud's Elderberry Brandy

Postby Mud » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:47 am

big worm wrote:that explains the little curly hair in the mead

Couldn't be mine. I don't have any hair on my body.

Thanks Dutch, Glad to hear you like it. The whole jug is still in the white. Really gotta get some oaked.
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