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Hey, mossygreen and kanahay :
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You know that very slender bottle of apricot mead with the fairy on the label that I pretty much demolished all by my loneseome at your last party (or, rather, the last one I attended)? Do you remember where you got that? It was amazing, and I'm trying to locate it online. So far, no luck. I can't even remember the name of it. I just know it was apricot mead and it rocked my socks, or would have if I had been wearing them.

ETA: You know how the first thing Noah did after the ark hit dry land was basically set up vineyards and become a naked, lie-about-the-tent drunkard in retirement? That sounds like fun. My ambition in life is to brew crazy-flavored mead. Plum is very high on my list, and so is Asian pear. Pomegranate...

ETA2: This is the first time in four days that I have not had a drink. I swear.

ETA3: mead_lovers . Because you just know it existed somewhere.

My brother in law brews his own scottish ale. It's actually not all that hard, just requires space, time, equipment.

I bet mead wouldn't be much harder.

I've heard it's not actually that hard, yeah. I don't think the university would take kindly to me setting up a still in the empty space under my standard-issue wooden box spring, however.

Hee, oh! Thanks, you're an angel. It was so good.

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damn ..now i have an image of a naked Noah dancing drunk on a beach. lol

I'm glad my mossy hooked you up with the mead info. drink up ;)

What's mead actually like? I don't think I've ever had any.

POMEGRANATE MEAD.

That sounds like the BEST THING EVER.

*waaaaaaaants*

I concur!

...and love your icon.

Heh, thanks. I have much love for Derek Jacobi... ;)

I somehow knew you would be the mead-loving sort.

It's very sweet. I have a sweet tooth.

I remember reading that part of the Bible and wondering why that would be the first thing to do after 40 days of rain. Quite unfortuante for his son, I have to say. How was he to know that his father was sleeping in his birthday suit? >.

Well, the ground's all fertile, I guess :-P

Oooh, I think I'm going to order some of that for my husband for Christmas.