Our Maui drinks tour continues. After we tried good distilled downers at Hali’imaile (read here) and Ocean Vodka (read here), today we wake to caffeinated uppers at a coffee plantation. I could give up wine (probably). But coffee was my first true love (aka addiction). Now in Maui, we have a chance to tiptoe through the coffee bean tulips. Continue reading
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Caramel Crunch Frappuccino
No, no, no, NO!
Not that syrupy, sticky cup of brown disappointment that suburbanites consider a meal replacement, even coffee, or worse, Italian.
No. Not Frappuccino. Frappato: the grape. Continue reading
Ok! Ok! OK! I know I have been slacking. But let’s get Wayward Wine’s EU Austerity Drinking Tour back on track. Before we land in Prague, after 149 days of straight travel, let us answer the question you have all … Continue reading
I’ve sold out. Follow me on twitter for updates and little nothings: @waywardwine Last week we left Glasgow to work our way north. Now for a few darker things: e.g. Porter, Stout, and Loch Ness. The Scots share a love … Continue reading
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