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Feeling Feverish for Fever-Tree Ginger Beer

Feeling Feverish for Fever-Tree Ginger Beer

| June 12, 2009 | 2 Comments

I really only have one requirement for ginger beer. I have to feel it.

To wit: “…the ginger beer has to sting, burn, and fire up the back of your throat. You have to feel it in your nose and down your gullet.”

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Pregnant Pause: Gin and Tonic

Pregnant Pause: Gin and Tonic

| May 18, 2009 | 4 Comments

I decided to start my mocktail quest off with that simplest of drinks, the gin and tonic. With multiple nuances brought on by using different gins, it’s probably my favorite cocktail — biting, tart, and tinged with bitterness, it reminds me of myself on my best days.

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Fever-Tree Revisited: Ginger Ale

Fever-Tree Revisited: Ginger Ale

| May 17, 2007 | 2 Comments

When it come to ginger ale, I’ve had only one opinion: drink it when you’re fluish. Since that was the childhood application for me, it’s pretty hard to separate fever, nausea, and vomiting from those emerald green bottles. Until now. After my last Fever-Tree musing, I was invited to participate in intimate Fever-Tree event at […]

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In a Fever for Tonic Water

In a Fever for Tonic Water

| April 12, 2007 | 1 Comment

I used to think I was a tonic water snob because I was hopelessly devoted to Schwepps. There is something about Canada Dry’s cloyingly sweet, glue-like flavor that makes it vastly inferior to the one John Cleese used to pimp. However as I trudged down the endless rows of food and drink and food and […]

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