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Gin, it isn't just for bathtubs anymore! Never before has there been access to so many gins from around the world. Everyone has their own mix of botanicals. Some use unique specimens to their local and others import rarities from all over the globe. Come discover "the other white liquor"
Tiki culture is about the Polynesia that never was. The height of kitsch, it's a longing for the time when Hawai'i was still an exotic locale with topless hulas and bottomless mai tais. It all started in 1934 with the first Don the Beachcomber tiki restaurant, and was rejuvenated in the mid-90's with the printing of *The Book of Tiki* by Sven Kirsten. Pull up a bamboo chair, sip on your Zombie, and study the tsantsa hanging from the rattan ceiling while listening to The Hukilau...
The sub is private for the next few days since the community wanted to doxx someone for a twitch story. next time it wont be a few days, so never upvote posts and comments that call for community action ever again, and make sure to report users/comments that do.
Hey cocktail geeks! Let's talk bitters! Please share/request any interesting information regarding bitters! This can include cool new uses, new products, DIY tips and how-to guides, etc. Bitters open the door to a wide range of flavoring and enhancing agents, from bitters, to shrubs, syrups, and mixers. If it's used to make drinks unique or simply to come alive, we're interested to hear about it.