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It was light and sweet as heaven and tasted astonishingly of raspberries -
- and had such a warm sting to it going down, I mean this wine must've been 15% at least after all those decades in the bottle. But the miracle was the lack of syrupiness that you get in most vintage ports!

(I'm sorry; my mind isn't in one piece right now. A song just blew it up.)

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I envy you. That must have been great.

It was...strikingly unique. It didn't drink as smoothly as, say, a nice ten-year vintage port would have on account of the abnormally high alcohol content, but the taste otherwise, once the burn subsided? Incredible.

Have A Very Bad Parody of a song that was A Farce To Begin With.

It's hard to be a Buddhist when people are drinking
My philosophy won't let me drink champagne
And I can't shoot tequila or sip coladas in the tropics
There's enough material here for a sad biopic
And my people don't believe in taking shots.
I'm a lonely, lonely Buddhist in the shop.

Normally at this point, it'd be appropriate for one to say one was off drinking the cares away, but...

What was the song? I'm always on the lookout for new music. Cheer me up. :)

It's "The Trapeze Swinger" by Iron & Wine.

Oh, very nice! I love me some Iron & Wine. :)

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