Such deliciousness that indeed, it caused a drinker of whiskey and cocktails (and whiskey cocktails) to cast a wary eye towards beer. First tasted at the brewery in Kentucky, but alas, tis far- so my heart hath for it longed ever after.
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For this way lies jazz and charcuterie and martinis. And a delightful drink, named presciently The Last Word.
In this place, one may simply dispense one’s frozen yogurt in as many flavors and toppings as one likes, and purchase by the ounce. One is addicted.
Here, one may choose any chocolate one liketh, in a rather marvelous pink interior.
Here, one may sit a while and drink tea of endlesslessness, surrounded by bead curtains.
In this place, my gentleman friend and I have purchased twenty bottles of wine for one hundred dollars this past day. Also, hand cream called “A Midsummer Night’s Cream”.
Let it be noted that this beer be both delicious and intoxicating, and this cometh from a ladye who liketh not beer.
For it hath given us a cheerful place to pass the time, and yea, hath introduced me to a most delightful beverage, see above.
For I liketh the postcards that I get from all over the world! Like yesterday, one from South Africa!
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