Escorial Grun
#1
Anybody ever have this stuff?

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#2
nope -

but I've been to the Escorial, if that helps.

"NO, it doesn't!"

ok, ok.


>:(
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#3
(07-15-2009, 01:12 PM)libby Wrote: nope -

but I've been to the Escorial, if that helps.

"NO, it doesn't!"

ok, ok.


>:(

It does help! I didn't know that Escorial was a place.

"Any idiot knows that!"

Oh... ok thanks.  :-[

(07-15-2009, 01:24 PM)Gie2me Wrote:mmmmm! Looks good!  ???  Never tried it......what's it taste like?

libby....i like how you answer yourself.... :laughing: 

I never had it before. It seems to be the stuff of legend with my father and my uncles. They used to drink it a lot and from what I gather it is very potent (112 proof) and has the consistency of shampoo. So naturally I have to find a bottle and try it.
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#4
(07-15-2009, 01:12 PM)libby Wrote: nope -

but I've been to the Escorial, if that helps.

"NO, it doesn't!"

ok, ok.


>:(



I have been to the Escorial too.
It was built1560.   Philip II  Basilica is in the middle of it, and quite spectacular.
We weren't allowed to take snap shots, but of course, I got a couple.  Before the security saw me. 


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#5
"GREEN DAY: preparing 2cl Escorial, 2cl green banana syrup and 10cl Ginger Ale in the Stirring glass, causing with crushed ice in the long drink glass."

Interesting that it is a herb based drink. I wasn't aware, even though I guess anything can be fermented and distilled, that herbs could be the basis for a distilled drink.

Oh and for eye candy!

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