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11/05/2012

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Sarah May

Cider is my favorite drink with Ethiopian food. Lovely.

Cutter Knox

While not quite cider I can never think of cider without thinking of Applejack and the following quote....

"There are few compounds that are more sinful than the applejack of New Jersey. The name has a homely, innocent appearance, but in reality applejack is a particularly powerful and evil spirit. The man who intoxicates himself on bad whisky is sometimes moved to kill his wife and set his house on fire, but the victim of applejack is capable of blowing up a whole town with dynamite and of reciting original poetry to every surviving inhabitant."

– A Wicked Beverage,” New York Times, April 10, 1894

Alicefeiring

That's one hell of a quote. Didn't they say the same thing about absinthe?

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