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300 clicks; posted to Food » on 08 Dec 2021 at 9:55 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-12-08 8:09:38 PM  
Um, gag me with a sugar spoon? Drink your way to diabetes?
Up next in time for Christmas- Peppermint beer!
/(None of these things belong together!)
//Ooh! Ooh! Pumpkin spice tuna noodle casserole!
/// (Slinking out side door now)
 
2021-12-08 10:26:17 PM  
????? Oreo cream liquor would be better
 
2021-12-08 10:37:38 PM  
Ah yes, "cookie-inspired," aka "this is the same wine we already had with a different label that will get us a bunch of free marketing and we can charge a little more for because people are suckers for brand names."
 
2021-12-08 10:46:22 PM  

IAmRight: Ah yes, "cookie-inspired," aka "this is the same wine we already had with a different label that will get us a bunch of free marketing and we can charge a little more for because people are suckers for brand names."


"Inspired by" is right up there with "pretty much."
 
2021-12-08 11:32:56 PM  
i'd drink the hell out of a "gingersnap influenced" warm spiced high-alcohol wine punch for winter, sounds wonderful. now if i can just make a plan to leave the nicest part of the year in florida for a snowy weekend....


but wine with "oreo notes"? this is joke for stoners, right?
 
2021-12-09 12:54:17 AM  
I'm actually intrigued just because Barefoot is good for its price.
 
2021-12-09 6:58:39 AM  
This is the kind of idea that originates in a fraternity house at 4AM on Sunday.

/ Except the college kids would use MD 20/20
 
2021-12-09 8:14:40 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: IAmRight: Ah yes, "cookie-inspired," aka "this is the same wine we already had with a different label that will get us a bunch of free marketing and we can charge a little more for because people are suckers for brand names."

"Inspired by" is right up there with "pretty much."


Pretty much.
 
2021-12-09 9:12:17 AM  

luna1580: i'd drink the hell out of a "gingersnap influenced" warm spiced high-alcohol wine punch for winter, sounds wonderful. now if i can just make a plan to leave the nicest part of the year in florida for a snowy weekend....


but wine with "oreo notes"? this is joke for stoners, right?


One of my favorite comics, Questionable Content, had a joke this week about a character getting drunk off of "Mom Wine" - well, I think we just found what Mom Wine is. Barefoot made to market Oreos.
 
2021-12-09 10:43:46 AM  
the taste testers
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2021-12-09 11:02:33 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: IAmRight: Ah yes, "cookie-inspired," aka "this is the same wine we already had with a different label that will get us a bunch of free marketing and we can charge a little more for because people are suckers for brand names."

"Inspired by" is right up there with "pretty much."


The best are movies "inspired by true events." The story is about a person doing something in a place. People doing things in places is a true thing, it counts!
 
2021-12-09 1:02:59 PM  

waxbeans: ????? Oreo cream liquor would be better


I would think vodka base would be the starting point for anything this abnormal, since it basically has no taste on its own


Wine just wouldnt taste good for this. But wine sherbert would likely be good
 
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