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What I'm Drinking: The Puget Seine

7 monthes ago   |   By A.J. Rathbun

The middle-to-beginning edge of August is a hot spot in many parts of the world - Seattle, my part at the moment, for example, is heated this time of year, though the temperatures might not seem so high to some, to me, they demand a refreshing tall drink with lots of ice. A cold cider cocktail, for example, isn't a bad thing this time of year - actually, it's a good thing! And, what luck, I just received some cidre in the mail. What's that you say? I'm spelling wrongly? Well, friend, that's just not true, because specifically I received some Louis Raison cidre - the cider master who...
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