Linkage (Fermented Edition)

Eddie Pensier writes:

One of the things that I have begun to embrace about writing is the delicate balance between spontaneity and panic.

Story of my life, right there.

Vladimir Makovsky, Miracle At Cana (1887)

Vladimir Makovsky, Miracle At Cana (1887)

About Eddie Pensier

Television junkie, opera buff, connoisseur of unhealthy foods, fashion watcher, art lover and admirer of beautiful people of all sexes.
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1 Response to Linkage (Fermented Edition)

  1. Gavin Bledsoe says:

    Just returned from Japan , where we tried their variety of soju, called Shōchū. Same basic idea. Tried a rice, sweet potato, and cucumber. You can drink hot or cold and neat or on the rocks. For us, it reminded somewhat of sake/vodka with various flavors. Depending on distillation it runs 25-35% alcohol. I preferred sweet potato neat.

    With various foods we loved it. Now to try soju .

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