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Old 10-31-2008, 02:11 AM   #1
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Default Bundaberg Ginger Beer

I was in Hi Times yesterday and found a few things I just had to pick up including a couple of loose bottles of Bundaberg Ginger Beer. It's not nearly as hot with ginger as the Jamaican ginger beers and has a bit of a sour taste as opposed to spicy ginger. It does make a good drink.

I also found the last 750ml bottle of Foursquare spiced rum on the shelf, and a couple of 1.75s of Foursquare. I also noticed that Trayce has managed to get the newest label on Cruzan's 151 and Zaya from Trinidad. There were a couple of bottles of Old Mill on the shelf, Appleton Extra and a few bottles of El Dorado 21 marked down to less than $60.

It's also good to see Trayce, just sad that I didn't have more time.
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Old 11-05-2008, 04:39 PM   #2
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I got a six-pack of the Bundy at the Tiki Crawl in SF a few weeks back after some discussion as to whether it or Reed's made a superior Dark & Stormy. I like the Bundy, but it's certainly a tad "softer" than the Reed's Extra...sweeter, more sour, a lot less bite.

And as for Hi Time...I'm headed there tonight.
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