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Jul 03, 2008

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Drew

Gotta know... where in the area did you find Fever Tree? A chef friend from SF told me about earlier in the year, but I couldn't find anywhere....

Glen Engel-Cox

I found Fever Tree at Ace Beverage, 3301 New Mexico Ave NW, Washington, DC. Tel: 202-966-4444, and I have to say the Bitter Lemon is the best tonic I've ever had.

Rob Rutledge

Great stuff, isn't it? Yeah, we've got it at the Wine Specialist, (21st and M NW), too. Fever Tree is now distributed by one of the area's bigger wine purveyors, so hopefully we'll be seeing it pop up in more places.

Luke

Since Gin is just infused vodka, could you get away with just infusing some vodka? Do the gin flavor stick around, or are they overpowered?

April

Intriguing. Just out of curiosity, why gin, which is already infused with various flavors?

Vodka is a much simpler base to get an infused drink to taste the way you want...try lovage and cucumber and you'll be hooked...

and what the hell kind of basil makes gin taste like crabs?

Antonio

yes!! Gin ROCKS!!!!

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