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119-Egg Nog?

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For years we have been threatening to record an episode about nog. After years of shooting it down, we have finally decided to give it a go. As it turns out nog had a rich and frothy backstory. So join us to learn everything from George Washington’s personal eggnog recipe to the traditional way a wooden nogging is carved.

 

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109-Sake?

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Sake or sometimes known as rice wine is an ancient and reviled beverage in several Asian cultures. Although more akin to beer in the brewing process, when it comes to flavor it is closer to wine. It can be drank at a variety of temperatures, as well as in cocktails. Through researching and recording this episode Chris and Joe realized that Sake is wholly its own unique alcohol.



050-Icewine?

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Icewine or in Germany Eiswein is a specialty desert wine of extraordinary character. It is categorized as a desert wine because of its sweet taste. Icewine needs to be made late past the harvest season when the grapes freeze on the vine. Typically the grapes are harvested in subzero temperatures in the early morning hours. The grapes also need to be pressed while frozen to ensure only the sweetest nectar of the berries are used. We talk about icewine and taste a little of this amazing treat on today’s Curioso.

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016-Harvest?

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A good harvest means life or death for many people around the world. Almost every culture has a harvest festival to celebrate the bounty from the fields. Frequently the reaping of souls to the afterlife is associated with this time of year as well.

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002-Applejack?

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Applejack is a liquor distilled from fermented apples. It has a long history dating back to colonial America and quite possibly helped the U.S. win the revolutionary war. It’s also tasty.

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