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(Reuters)   *sips, swishes* "Hmmm, hints of Marlboro Reds with an undertone of Winstons and Salems and just the slightest hint of Camel. Almost like kissing your great aunt"   ( divider line
    More: Sad, Wine, Heavy ground smoke, much smoke, tons of grapes, Fear of reputational risk, Hanson Vineyards, Viticulture, Poor air quality  
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646 clicks; posted to Food » on 22 Sep 2020 at 2:40 PM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-09-23 7:48:59 AM  
1 vote:
Just wait.
In twenty years, pretentionous douche canoes will be be gushy over what an amazing vintage 2020 was, and being condescending wankers to anyone who "can't appreciate" a "unique vintage".

Those wankers are worse than the "audiophiles" of the 1990s who hallucinated that they could hear a difference when they overpaid for their cables.
2020-09-22 4:15:06 PM  
1 vote:
Not wine but whisky.

A friend of mine studied abroad at Edinburgh, and acquired a taste for Single Cask whisky.

Even single malts are blended from different casks of the same vintage to adjust for flavor and proof, but single casks are just that... straight from the aging cask to the bottle.  And each cask has its own distinct flavor and aroma.  So they name these casks based on the "personality" of the whisky inside.

He brought me a bottle with the name "Wet Chimney Sweep.  82 proof."

"Hahaha lol, let's try it and see..."

It was.  It had the distinct finish of the smell of pitch cleaned out of a chimney.

/we finished it
2020-09-22 3:52:03 PM  
1 vote:
My aunt smells like Swisher Sweets.

But point made.
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