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Dandelion Wine - 2 years later #354907
03/06/09 10:56 PM
03/06/09 10:56 PM
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Lisa Shea Offline OP

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Lisa Shea  Offline OP

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I kid you not, back in 2007 we were working on dandelion wine and put the wine aside in a carboy to age until we got around to it. We still haven't bottled it! Bottling wine is such a hassle for us for some reason. We should just drink it straight out of the carboy I think, or somehow get it into boxes.

Hopefully soon we will get this stuff bottled, before more dandelions come up in a few weeks!

Anyone else looking forward to dandelion wine?


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Re: Dandelion Wine - 2 years later [Re: Lisa Shea] #354978
03/09/09 08:12 PM
03/09/09 08:12 PM
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"Anyone else looking forward to dandelion wine?"

Not any batch that has been sitting around since 2007.

Re: Dandelion Wine - 2 years later [Re: Brom] #354982
03/09/09 09:42 PM
03/09/09 09:42 PM
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Lisa Shea Offline OP

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Lisa Shea  Offline OP

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Brom - don't knock it until you've tried it! The more it sits, the more it takes on a rich aged mead / Grand Marnier flavor. It's fantastic smile


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