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Old 08-26-2012, 11:02 AM   #26
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The worst saki/rice wines make awesome tasting miso clams or mussels!
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Old 08-26-2012, 11:05 AM   #27
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The best stuff is made with apple's and cinnamon with after taste being like hot apple pie but better.


I'm going to be doing a batch of Apple Pie this year. I'll let you know how it goes.

That stuff sneaks up on you.
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Old 08-26-2012, 06:17 PM   #28
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Old 08-26-2012, 07:06 PM   #29
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you should split the first bottle with me lets get H.A.M
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Old 08-26-2012, 08:21 PM   #30
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Old 08-26-2012, 08:24 PM   #31
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In Japan, there is no such thing as 'Sake.' Well, there is, it just means alcohol. Beer, wine, vodka, all fall into the 'Sake' category.
and in russia "vodka" is a pet name for water. true story. shows u how fucked up we are lol

anyway i had this chinese stuff twice before and i think its easily my least favorite hard liquor that ive ever had...definitely would not be able to drink more than a shot of this, if esn that blech
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Old 08-26-2012, 08:31 PM   #32
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and in russia "vodka" is a pet name for water. true story. shows u how fucked up we are lol

anyway i had this chinese stuff twice before and i think its easily my least favorite hard liquor that ive ever had...definitely would not be able to drink more than a shot of this, if esn that blech
Vodka is water in Russia, I had a 355ml can of vodka called Black Death and it only cost $075 in Kazakhstan.

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i have a bottle of everclear myself from 2 years ago i was suppose to make some 'green dragons' but got lazy lol

How to Make "Green Dragon"


you should make some green dragons with your bottle and well drink it together when its done

I suggest the stove method+increase the herb ammount if you got a safe place to do it
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thats fucken wild, I havent even heard of that before.
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If we want to get technical, it's not actually a type of alcohol either.

In Japan, there is no such thing as 'Sake.' Well, there is, it just means alcohol. Beer, wine, vodka, all fall into the 'Sake' category.
if we want to get technical there is 'osake' and 'sake' in japan. the o makes the sake honorable and therefore mostly referred to as the historical kind which is what we refer to as 'sake'. sake in japan is basically just anything with alcohol in it. massive amounts of knowledge acquired at nomikai / nomihoudai, gaijinnn powaa.
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if we want to get technical there is 'osake' and 'sake' in japan. the o makes the sake honorable and therefore mostly referred to as the historical kind which is what we refer to as 'sake'. sake in japan is basically just anything with alcohol in it. massive amounts of knowledge acquired at nomikai / nomihoudai, gaijinnn powaa.
Massive amounts of something may have been acquired, but Japanese knowledge is not one of them.

'o' in front of sake turns it into the honorific form, yes. That's the form you would use with strangers, your boss, or any j-girl you want to nanpa.

That's it. No one in Japan (except you?) thinks o-sake means nihon-shu.
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go live there for an extended amount of time. youll see, things change there pretty commonly with slang and generations meanings of words. even 'sake' is barely used to refer to different types of alcohol now unless generally being asked if you were drinking last night. although at the same time each prefecture has a different way not all ways are the same.
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go live there for an extended amount of time. youll see, things change there pretty commonly with slang and generations meanings of words. even 'sake' is barely used to refer to different types of alcohol now unless generally being asked if you were drinking last night. although at the same time each prefecture has a different way not all ways are the same.
WTF are you talking about? Seriously dude.

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Moutai is something the older folk like to drink. That was like the weapon of choice when I was in Taiwan/Shanghai. The use super mini glasses though, so technically they don't down a whole lot each time.

But they can run super expensive in Asia depending on year I think. BC Liquor lists Moutai at $70.
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Moutai is something the older folk like to drink. That was like the weapon of choice when I was in Taiwan/Shanghai. The use super mini glasses though, so technically they don't down a whole lot each time.

But they can run super expensive in Asia depending on year I think. BC Liquor lists Moutai at $70.
its also basic the the series as well which is why every series has a diffrent price
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