Nothing special, but not bad. 20 bottles of ringboree. Light, with mellon and light tropical fruit flavors. Anise and toffee as it opens up. Maybe it’ll grow on me.
— in Paris, a few blocks from Place de Clichy.
2010 Château de Barbe Côtes de Bourg. At an indian restaurant at place de Clichy, Paris. Yummy. 36 bottles of ringboree.
Never could get the hang of Belgians. 8 bottles of ringboree.
Ayinger double bock. Like molasses. And it comes with a goat. 32 bottles of ringboree
I used to like this. Last night it was really pruney grapey sweet. Not a fan. 10 bottles of ringboree.
Well, it’s definitely wine. I suppose in the $5 range you get what you pay for.
10 bottles of ringboree.
Bourbon has a way of slowly growing on me, as I settle into the flavors and aromas. Four Roses single barrel is spicy, with tons of caramel and leather and toast, and is easily the best bourbon I can afford on a regular basis. Also, it’s a great way to celebrate the end of the work day.
31 bottles of Ringboree.
Yeah, some day I need to put more rigor into my ranking scale.
I think we’ve had this before and it was pretty good, but this evening it seems very plain and uninteresting. Ok, but not great. Black pepper and green pepper. Hint of strawberry?
25 bottles of ringboree.
Always a good solid zin, but not amazing. Had this with rogan josh chicken. Yummy. 25 bottles of ringboree.
Very dark. Jammy flavors – blackberry and leather and smoke. Long finish. Lovely evening with friends. 30 bottles of ringboree. Would buy again.